Assessing educational leaders: evaluating performance for improved individual and organizational results

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Corwin Press, 2004 - Business & Economics - 163 pages
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This critical resource demonstrates the need for a new form of leadership evaluation for all leaders in the field of education and offers a new model of leadership evaluation.

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Contents

Why Leadership Evaluation Is Broken
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Refraining Leadership Evaluation
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Moving Beyond OneDimensional Leadership Evaluation
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Dr. Douglas Reeves is the president of the Center for Performance Assessment, an organization that works with governmental organizations and school systems to improve standards, assessments, and accountability systems. The author of seventeen books and many articles, Dr. Reeves is the author of the best-selling Making Standards Work, now in its third edition. Other recent books include The Daily Disciplines of Leadership: How to Improve Student Achievement, Staff Morale, and Personal Organization (Jossey-Bass, 2003), The Leader_s Guide to Standards: A Blueprint for Educational Excellence and Equity (Jossey-Bass, 2003), Reason to Write: Help Your Child Succeed in School and In Life Through Better Reasoning and Clear Communication (Simon & Schuster, 2002), and Holistic Accountability: Serving Students, Schools, and Community (Corwin Press, 2002). Reeves has twice been named to the Harvard University Distinguished Author_s Series and is the recipient of the Parent_s Choice Award for his writing for students and parents. Beyond his work assessment and research, Doug has devoted many years to classroom teaching with students ranging from elementary school to doctoral candidates. Doug_s family includes four children ranging from elementary school through college. His wife, Shelley Sackett, is an attorney, mediator, and school board member. He lives near Boston and can be reached at dreeves@makingstandardswork.com. † †

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