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Conversations With Principals: Issues, Values, and Politics is a unique compilation of interviews with principals at the elementary, middle, and secondary levels. Unlike any other text in Educational Administration, this book allows students the unusual opportunity to experience the inner voice of principals as they discuss the many decisions they make and the multitude of people they must engage.

Group Dynamics and Multinationalism: The Internationalist
Group dynamics and multinationalism: The internationalist

Aprincipal's leadership in an American International School whose population consists of students from all around the globe requires a unique set of skills. The K-12 American school in Lahore, Pakistan, was supported by the U.S. Department of State and offered American and internationalist curricula geared for student entry into the educational system in the United States and elsewhere. How does a principal negotiate the academic and social needs of a culturally and internationally diverse student and community body? How does she integrate a multilevel, pre-K to 12th-grade curricula collaboratively, so that all the disparate voices can be heard? This principal-superintendent discusses the many challenges she faced during her tenure in the American International School ...

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