Resourceful leadership: tradeoffs and tough decisions on the road to school improvement

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Harvard Education Press, 2008 - Education - 192 pages
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Contents

Introduction
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CHAPTER ONE Resource Use That Counts
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CHAPTER TWO Vision Hope Trust Ideas and Energy
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Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Elizabeth A. City has served as a teacher, principal, and instructional coach, primarily in North Carolina and Massachusetts. In addition to enjoying countless student-centered discussions in her own classroom, as a National Paideia Faculty member, she has worked with teachers and students across the country as they have learned to facilitate and participate in text-based conversations. Much of Liz's current work centers on supporting principals and teachers in creating collaborative communities where rich dialogue and learning for both adults and children is the norm. She is a member of the Senior Faculty of Boston's School Leadership Institute, where she teaches courses in using data, learning and teaching, and professional development to Boston Public School Principal Fellows. She is currently working on her doctorate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.