Published January 1, 2003
by Information Age Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
Studies in Leading and Organizing Schools. Edited by: Cecil Miskel, University of Michigan Wayne K. Hoy, The Ohio State University. A volume in the series: Research and Theory in Educational Administration. Editor(s): Arnold B. Danzig, San José State University. William R. Black, University of South Florida. Published Studies in leading and organizing schools. [Wayne K Hoy; Cecil G Miskel;] formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Tacit Knowledge in Educational. Studies in Leading and Organizing Schools. A Volume in Research and Theory in Educational Administration. Hoy, Wayne, Ed.; Miskel, Cecil, Ed. This collection of research reports is intended to advance the understanding of schools through empirical study and theoretical by: 1. "Striking in its attention to the influence of community and educator participation in school reform, and sobering in its assessment of some of the neighborhoods where reform was most difficult to attain, the book Organizing Schools for Improvement: Lessons from Chicago is an essential read Bryk et al. provide a rigorous and compelling empirical study of the possibility for school reform Cited by:
About the Book. This book by researchers from the Consortium on Chicago School Research (UChicago Consortium) provides a detailed analysis of why students in public elementary schools in Chicago were able to improve substantially in reading and math over a seven year period and students in another schools were not. "Striking in its attention to the influence of community and educator participation in school reform, and sobering in its assessment of some of the neighborhoods where reform was most difficult to attain, the book Organizing Schools for Improvement: Lessons from Chicago is an essential read Bryk et al. provide a rigorous and compelling empirical study of the possibility for school reform . A manager’s primary challenge is to solve problems creatively. While drawing from a variety of academic disciplines, and to help managers respond to the challenge of creative problem solving, principles of management have long been categorized into the four major functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling (the P-O-L-C framework). Leading Schools to Success: Constructing and Sustaining High-Performing Learning Cultures draws upon modern leadership concepts, rigorous research results, and carefully examined professional experiences to assist education leaders and their colleagues in shaping and sustaining a high-performing learning culture in a school. The book is aimed.
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