Perspective: Poetry You'll Want to Share

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AuthorHouse, Apr 1, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 140 pages
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The responsibilities of administrators in K -12 school systems seem to increase with the start of each school year. Many of these administrative positions have become pressure cookers due to the increased demands coming from students, parents, teachers, board members and a host of other individuals and groups. Consequently, school administrators are typically covered up with meetings and paperwork, leaving little time for anything else.

This book recognizes the limited time available to school administrators for reading books that can contribute to their continued professional development. Therefore, it excludes pet theories, survey results, case analyses and quantitative data. And it doesn't have to be read chapter by chapter. That's because there are no chapters. Instead, the book presents 450 proven guides for initiating action and getting results, with the guides organized around sixteen topical headings focused on major responsibilities of all school administrators.

Guides presented throughout the book will reinforce some of your thoughts about school administration. You will also get some new ideas, experience lots of positive reinforcement, and find that you can still enjoy reading a book about school administration. It's as close to a win- win situation as you will find anywhere.

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About the author (2002)

Susan French Ludwig is an author of Exam Cram ACT and is the author of Score Higher on the ACT, both from Que Publishing. She has served as a curriculum designer, textbook writer, tutor, adult education instructor, book author, and author of numerous articles in varied areas of education. She earned her M. A. in education from Pennsylvania State University.

 

Susan currently works on the community college level, coordinating a National Science Foundation grant created to bring more students into the math, science, technology, and engineering disciplines.

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