Winning Women: Stories of Award-winning Educators
Here is a multiple-case study of stories of women leaders in education that covers a broad range of pertinent topics including: early childhood experiences, educational background, leadership style and skills, career path, mentoring experiences, personal and professional barriers, and advice to other women considering leadership careers.
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