Leading change: a self-study

Nicole Boucher
There are many long-held, traditional views of what school leadership looks like: principals as managers of buildings and of people, making hard decisions based on their own view of what is good for a system, then working with a reasonably compliant staff to implement these decisions. Over recent decades, however, the predominant view of the role of the school leader has changed. A tremendous body of research supports school leaders as leaders of adult learning...
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