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Advocacy from A to Z

Author: Robert Blackburn; Barbara R Blackburn; Ronald Williamson
Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2017.
Series: A to Z Series
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"In today's educational climate, advocacy is a critical part of any teacher or leader's job. Advocacy From A to Z? unpacks the difficult task of understanding the movers and shakers--including teachers, parents, the union, legislatures, and policymakers--that impact your school, affect your students, and shape policy. Organized into 26 chapters--one for each letter of the alphabet-- this book?provides school-based  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Blackburn; Barbara R Blackburn; Ronald Williamson
ISBN: 9781315647470 1315647478 9781317298120 1317298128 9781317298106 1317298101
OCLC Number: 1005686435
Description: 1 online resource : text file, PDF.
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; eResources; Acknowledgments; Meet the Authors; Introduction; A Advocacy: What and Why?; B Building Blocks of Lobbying; C Communication Skills; D Designing an Advocacy Plan; E Engaging Through Technology; F Framing Your Message; G Gaining Support with Limited Resources; H Handling the Media; I Internal and External Stakeholders; J Juggling Information; K Keys to Social Media; L Local Advocacy Is Foundational; M Motivating Those Around You; N Networking; O Overcoming Objections; P Public Relations 101; Q Quality Relationships. R Resistance to ChangeS Successful Negotiations; T Time, Friend or Foe?; U Up-to-Date on the Issues; V Vision: Personal and Shared; W Working with Local, State, and National Governance; X X Factor: Pitfalls to Avoid; Y Your Turn; Z Zeroing in on the Essentials; Bibliography.
Series Title: A to Z Series
Responsibility: editors, Barbara R. Blackburn, Ronald Williamson.

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"In today's educational climate, advocacy is a critical part of any teacher or leader's job. Advocacy From A to Z? unpacks the difficult task of understanding the movers and shakers--including teachers, parents, the union, legislatures, and policymakers--that impact your school, affect your students, and shape policy. Organized into 26 chapters--one for each letter of the alphabet-- this book?provides school-based examples and specific strategies needed to be a successful advocate for education. Advocacy begins at the local level, and the newest book in the A to Z series helps educational leaders navigate, plan, and shape their message to the right people at the right time. Now you can find your voice and become an active advocate to help your students succeed."--Provided by publisher.

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