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"The paralysis of hierarchy—bureaupathology—" is discussed here, and the authors offer several suggestions on how principals can get out of their present crisis.
The Clearinghouse on Educational Management is one of 19 units in the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) network funded by the U.S. Office of Education. Specializing in educational administration at the elemen tary and secondary levels and facilities at all levels of education, the...
Responsible for developing a social studies pro gram at an inner-city school, the writer describes the teaching strategies used to bring about a meaningful learning environment, the first re quirement of which is for teachers to have a strong self-concept.
After asking for a re-examination of the phil osophy in teaching foreign languages, the writer presents his argument for linking culture and language for the majority of students who do not pursue several years of a foreign language.
Pregnant school girls need help. This article describes several successful programs for deal ing with the problems of this particular student group.
This article is an edited version of the author's address at the annual seminar of the National School Public Relations Association in July, 1971. He relates what he feels are the principal's public relations responsibilities.
An editorial in the New York Times in June, 1971, hailed the arrival of a new principal at an upper Manhattan high school it described as "embattled." What he did and how he brought it about are described by that principal in this article.
A national survey of shared-time computer use has yielded a variety of data. This article, deal ing primarily with the New England states' experience, reports everything from computer costs to unique student experimentation.
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