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Global Leadership for Educational Leadership By NCPEA Publications
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Topical foci covered in this book span these areas: leading in a continual state of crisis; exploring what we know as intellectuals; identifying ethics and quality in school planning and online... More > learning; speculating on trends in educational leadership from a future-minded perspective; redesigning the doctorate in education degree; utilizing critical friendship groups; exploring cultural competence in U.S. schools; exploring international social justice and professional development in school-university partnerships; mindfully attending to human capital theory and critical theory in educational leadership work; examining charter school leadership challenges; analyzing statewide school assessment at the ground level, and investigating the effects of teacher attendance on student achievement.< Less
Leadership By Kathy Jager
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As the Chair Turns Leadership Manual offers FUN, easy to implement, educational lessons that provide the essential Soft Skills needed for the success of today's cosmetologist! This comprehensive... More > manual will help improve, engage and inspire your teachers to create great educational learning experiences. Manual contains all activities, lesson plans, goals and useful tips to engage students.< Less
MASONIC EDUCATION and LEADERSHIP TRAINING By Anthony K. Jones
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Case Studies in Education: Leadership and Innovation By Richard Smith, David Lynch
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This book case studies schools and universities, in Australia and elsewhere, as they respond to changes in society and the economy that are generated by the Knowledge Economy. Chapters by academics,... More > scholars and community leaders unravel the circumstances of education and provide an analysis of an education system struggling to find its way in a period of rapid social movement. To illustrate their ideas, chapter authors offer examples of innovations and the logistics necessary to change the current system of educationin school, community and university levels.< Less
Generation X and Educational Leadership: An Uncertain Ascension By Geoffrey R. Pierce
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Educational organizations will continue to deal with a substantial shortage of educational leaders in the near future. The cost of the shortage in human terms could be disruptive to students and... More > costly to community stakeholders. Public school districts attempting to confront the educational leadership shortage might find generational connections advantageous to providing a solution. The ability of Generation X to assist in addressing the expanding educational leadership void should be considered as a means of attracting a generational candidate pool to public school district leadership ascension. This text provides an excellent exploration of the problems and solutions of the educational leadership shortage and the implications involving Generation X. A series of critical thinking questions at the end of each chapter make the text ideal for educational leadership certification and licensure programs.< Less
Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development By CAPEA
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Educational Leadership and Administration is a peer reviewed journal of the California Association of Professors of Educational Administration (CAPEA) and published by the National Council of... More > Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA).< Less
Alternative Approaches to Educational Leadership Preparation: A Call for Integration By Stephen P. Gordon, Michael Boone
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University-based educational leadership preparation has for some time been in a period of turmoil, partly because of repeated waves of criticism, both external and internal, and partly because of an... More > inability to reach consensus on new directions the field should take if it wishes to remain the primary path to educational leadership—indeed, if it wishes to survive. Two powerful approaches to educational leadership have in recent years been competing for the heart and soul of educational leadership preparation. The first, the accountability approach, was originally imposed on PK-12 education by national and state governments, and has since been inexorably making its way into university-based leadership preparation. Some argue that the accountability approach actually is quite compatible with the mainstream or conventional educational leadership of the past, because, like mainstream leadership, it is characterized by external control, technical rationality, and maintenance of the status quo.< Less
Building Cultural Community through Global Educational Leadership By Sandra Harris, Jason Mixon
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The term ‘globalization’ is ubiquitous in the popular, as well, research literature in disciplines ranging from economics to politics- meaning many different things to many different... More > people. This book Building Cultural Community through Global Educational Leadership captures the essence of the global leader in the education setting, that is, the complexity surrounding social, political, economic, and especially social justice issues.< Less
NCPEA Handbook of Online Instruction and Programs in Education Leadership By NCPEA Publications
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This Handbook is a complete treatment of Online Programs in Technology in Higher Education Programs.
Educational Leadership in the Age of Greed: A Requiem for Res Publica By Fenwick W. English
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We are living through the time when public education as we have known it in America will be forever transformed unless concerted action is undertaken to reverse the trends described in this book. If... More > nothing is done to stop these trends there will be no going back. The great American dream for a common school which would serve all the children of all the people under the umbrella of fostering the common good will vanish forever. These were the schools in which I was educated and my mother and father worked as public school teachers. They were the schools my own children and grandchildren enjoyed. Our grand children may be the last generation to experience the fruits of Horace Mann’s hard fought legacy when he said toward the end of his struggle for public education, “Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity” (Messerli, 1971, p. 549.) It is Mann’s admonition that has prompted this book as my NCPEA Living Legend Award speech for 2013.< Less