Educational leadership: changing schools, changing roles
This text will guide administrators in acquiring the concepts and skills necessary to become dynamic, creative, and adaptive leaders who can create collaborative school cultures. It views school leaders as essential to creating a vision that empowers all the constituencies in the school setting to work cooperatively toward achieving instructional goals. The authors address topics such as developing a campus culture, providing fiscal management, fostering communication, and building community partnerships exemplify the principles of leadership. Throughout the text, growth, change and reflection are stressed as integral to decision-making and establishing a collaborative culture.
Guiding principles for this text include the knowledge and skills needed by school leaders to:
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School Leadership for the TwentyFirst Century 1
Values and Ethics of Leadership
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