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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Sanzo, Karen L.
Successful School Leadership Preparation and Development.
Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Karen L Sanzo; Steve Myran; Anthony H Normore
|Description:||1 online resource (xvi, 288 pages).|
|Contents:||Front cover; successful school leadership preparation and development; copyright page; contents; dedication; list of contributors; introduction; chapter 1 leadership preparation program evaluation: experiences and insights; conceptual context; program and evaluation goals; examining our evaluation footprint; lessons learned: reflections; epilogue --
where we have been and where we are heading; notes; references; appendix; chapter 2 the power of institutional partnership in the development of turn around school leaders; introduction. The key elements of the great leaders for great schools academyrecommendations for establishing university --
public school district partnerships; maintaining and nurturing a university-district partnership; final reflections and comments; acknowledgment; references; chapter 3 planning, changing, and leading a community of professional practice: lessons learned from an innovative urban school leaders preparation program in southern california; review of literature; urban school leaders program: context; examining key elements of usl program; evaluating progress: formal and informal assessments. Lessons learned: final thoughts, reflections, and implicationsreferences; chapter 4 creating and sustaining dynamic university/school district partnerships for the preparation of learning-centered school leaders; introduction; purpose; literature on university/district partnerships; the flasii program; summary; references; appendix: rubric for assessing the quality of university/district partnerships for principal preparation; chapter 5 a rigorous recruitment and selection process of the university of texas at austin principalship program. University of texas at austin principalship program's recruitment and selection processthe assessment center; conclusion; references; appendix a: sample activity and rubric: classroom observation; appendix b: candidate assessment summary; chapter 6 learning-centered leadership development program for practicing and aspiring principals; introduction; two key elements of the project: content and process; goals of the proposed project; renewal activities; lessons learned; concluding thoughts; note; references; chapter 7 preparing and supporting principals in rural south dakota schools. Key element one: customized principal preparation programkey element two: mentoring and professional development for practicing principals; conclusions and implications; references; appendix; chapter 8 re-designing lessons, re-envisioning principals: developing entrepreneurial school leadership; introduction; creating social entrepreneurs: aie, lsu, and rlrp; building social enterprises; the entrepreneurial pillar of rlrp: lessons learned; conclusion; references; chapter 9 learning from the evolution of a university-district partnership; changing leadership programs.
|Series Title:||Advances in educational administration, v. 17.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Karen L. Sanzo, Steve Myran, Anthony H. Normore.|
- School administrators -- Training of -- United States.
- Educational leadership -- Study and teaching -- United States.
- School management and organization -- Study and teaching -- United States.
- Children of minorities -- Education.
- Linguistic minorities -- Education.
- Multicultural education.
- EDUCATION -- Administration -- General.