A Case Study of Effective Elementary School Principals' Practice and Prioritization of Administrator Standards
A problem exists when elementary principals are faced with multiple roles that have been identified by national and/or state organizations that outline what they could be doing which is contrasted with identified priorities taken from effective schools research as to what they should be doing compared with the tasks that effective principals are doing on a daily basis. Following an examination of the typical characteristics of elementary principals, these three themes for principal's performance provided the background to the study (Rudestam & Newton, 2001).
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