National Summit on School Leadership: Crediting the Past, Challenging the Present, and Changing the Future
Connie L. Fulmer, Frederick L. Dembowski
Rowman & Littlefield Education, Jan 1, 2005 - Education - 339 pages
National Summit on School Leadership contains articles on educational leadership submitted for publication in the 2005 NCPEA yearbook. Included is an invited article section followed by three additional sections titled crediting the past, challenging the present, and creating the future. This annual publication features current thinking on educational leadership, innovations in the preparation of school leaders, and issues relevant to the field. It will be of interest to professors of educational administration, superintendents, principals, and scholars engaged in changing and challenging the field of educational leadership.
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