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Words from "the Trenches": Principals' Perspectives on Effective School Leadership Characteristics.

Author: John C Daresh; Myrna W Gantner; Karen Dunlap; Marianne Hvizdak
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Journal of School Leadership, v10 n1 p69-83 Jan 2000
Database:ERIC The ERIC database is an initiative of the U.S. Department of Education.
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A survey of over 30 "expert" Southwest principals revealed several characteristics of effective principals: possessing technical skills influenced by human relations and legal mandates, creating an inviting culture, building community, being ethical practitioners, and understanding relationships. Respondents also identified 28 components of an effective administrator preparation program. (Contains 38 references.)  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: John C Daresh; Myrna W Gantner; Karen Dunlap; Marianne Hvizdak
ISSN:1052-6846
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 425076600
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A survey of over 30 "expert" Southwest principals revealed several characteristics of effective principals: possessing technical skills influenced by human relations and legal mandates, creating an inviting culture, building community, being ethical practitioners, and understanding relationships. Respondents also identified 28 components of an effective administrator preparation program. (Contains 38 references.) (MLH)

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