Elementary School Principal's Handbook
A reference handbook for elementary school principals, this volume gives principals a way to manage the overwhelming number of tasks they encounter on a daily basis. Divided into seven "Domains," which provide general information and knowledge about key tasks, the book includes reproducible and easily adaptable worksheets, templates, forms, databases, and work samples. Domain I: Working with the school community. Domain II: Steering the organization toward change through self-study and improvements techniques. Domain III: Defining and implementing decision-making. Domain IV: Managing both human and material resources. Domain V: Recognizing the role of the principal as supervisor of curriculum, as an instructional leader, and as an evaluator of staff and student performance. Domain VI: Assessing and evaluating. Domain VII: Knowing school, law, policies, and politics and the importance of allowing students a fair share of resources. An excellent resource for new or experienced principals.
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Initiating and Responding to Change
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