Insider's Guide to School Leadership: Getting Things Done Without Losing Your Mind

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Wiley, Jan 23, 2006 - Education - 128 pages
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Mark F. Goldberg—noted educator, writer, speaker, and consultant—offers an operating manual of tools, tips, and techniques for dealing with the challenges that active school administrators face every day. The book covers vital topics such as recruiting and supervising staff, school safety, meeting planning, understanding data, staff development, and leadership. Designed to be an easy-to-use reference, each topic includes practical, commonsense policies and bulleted lists of advice and examples—all based on Dr. Goldberg’s own experience, as well as that of outstanding educators around the country, and best practices from the field.  

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Mark F. Goldberg, Ph.D., had a thirty-two-year public school career in New York State, including twenty-four years as an administrator on Long Island. For the past twelve years, Goldberg has been an education writer and book editor as well as a consultant and speaker.

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