Beginning the principalship: a practical guide for new school leaders
One of the most critical variables in a successful school is the leadership of the school principal. This guide, presented in a workbook style, will allow principals to document their expectations, progress, goals and directives and to work out issues and problems before they arise. The book is a practical tool, filled with insights as to how the new school principal can successfully survive the first year in the job and begin to serve as a strong and effective leader.
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Beginning the Principalship: A Practical Guide for New School Leaders
John C. Daresh
Limited preview - 2006
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