Closing the Leadership Gap: How District and University Partnerships Shape Effective School Leaders
Ideal for creating a positive impact on leadership retention and student achievement, this resource helps close the gap between academic training and day-to-day issues by incorporating collaborative partnerships between university faculty and inservice administrators. Cultivate and sustain effective leadership with these field-tested tools, research-based leadership development strategies, and performance assessment and documentation methods!
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A Change in the Way We Think About Leadership
Using Successful Leadership Practice to Inform Theory
Using Leadership Theory to Inform Practice
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