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“This book brings new focus to the rich history of ideas and strategies shown to improve student learning, helping educators at all levels see not only the value of using proven strategies, but the importance of integrating those strategies into purposeful improvement efforts.”
—Thomas R. Guskey, Distinguished Service Professor
“This is a book of action. The author calls for leaders in school communities to be bold, courageous, committed, and aggressive in the actions required to achieve desired increases in student learning.”
—Charles Patterson, Educational Consultant
Former President, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
Dramatically raise student achievement by engaging educators in collaborative curriculum design and professional development!
Teachers, teacher leaders, principals, and staff developers can build a collaborative culture and improve staff and student performance with this content-focused, step-by-step model ...
Chapter 9: Leading Schools to Sustain the Effort and Fulfill the Promise
Leading Schools to Sustain the Effort and Fulfill the Promise
Leaders matter. What leaders say, do and think—and who they are when they come to work each day—profoundly affects organizational performance, the satisfaction they and those with whom they interact derive from their work, and their ability to sustain engagement with their work over the period of time necessary to oversee significant improvement.
The growth and development of people is the highest calling of leadership.
Students and staff thrive when leaders, regardless of where they are within a school system, focus on student learning, commit to their own professional learning and the learning of others, build strong relationships, shape a collaborative culture, muster resources, and hold a vision for ...