Practicing the effective leadership necessary for high-performing schools can be an elusive goal for administrators besieged with daily staff demands, increasing public expectations, complex bureaucratic regulations and constant building crises. The successful leader finds equally committed teachers, counselors and principals to share the load and rewards, says the author of a new book that emphasizes how to reframe leadership to fit the realities of schoolhouse life.
Hyatt, Kay, "Reframe Leadership to Reflect Realities, Culture of Schools, UMaine Professor Suggests in New Book" (2001). General University of Maine Publications. 1901.
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