What happens when schools and districts work together to bring out the best in school leaders and then harness those elements in "best practice" in both practice and research?
Experts in school-university partnerships for leadership development, the authors seek to build a bridge between practice and theory by: illustrating what effective leadership looks like, how to cultivate it and sustain it, and how to center today's leadership preparation curriculum on effective leadership so that a higher percentage of future school leaders remain in education.
This book includes:
- field-tested tools, templates, and forms
- school-university program leadership
development tools that are
- strategies that can be used and applied
in any leadership development endeavor
- performance assessment tools and
- school leader voices and
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 390 g
Dimensions: 254 x 177 x 11 mm
"This book would make an outstanding choice for a principals' study group and would be an incredible read for preservice administrators." -- Gina Marx, Assistant Superintendent
"This book makes a distinct contribution to the field and will be a very useful resource for universities and school districts." -- Susan Villani, Senior Program/Research Associate, Learning Innovations
"Offers college-level libraries a satisfying blend of theory and real-world applications to address issues of effective leadership and draw together examples of results when universities and districts work together to shape such leadership qualities." -- The Bookwatch, October 2007
"These veteran educators provide a practical recap for using leadership theory to inform school leadership practice, identifying the form and process for school-university collaboration that can be applied in a variety of settings." -- The School Administrator, March 2008
"A fresh and sincere perspective on instituting collaborative training and partnership models to prepare emerging educational leaders for public school careers." -- NACADA Journal, Vol. 28(2)
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