A Case Study of an Effective Elementary Principal
A set of six recurring characteristics were identified by the researcher as those characteristics necessary to lead a school effectively. The identified characteristics included: relationships, culture and climate, leadership, curriculum, philosophy, and commitment. The information contained within this dissertation informs current leadership literature by providing additional research into effective school leadership characteristics.
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CHAPTER TWO REVIEW OF RELATED RESEARCH
CHAPTER THREE DESCRIPTION OF THE SCHOOL
CHAPTER FOUR GATHERING DATA AND RELATING STORIES
CHAPTER FIVE THE PRINCIPAL
CHAPTER SIX IMPLICATIONS FOR LEADERSHIP
CHAPTER SEVEN THE RESEARCHERS JOURNEY
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