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Can the demand for principals to fill the new role of instructional leader be met effectively? An instructional leadership model called "Principal as Teacher" is advanced as one possible approach. Having the instructional leader be an instructor has an inherent and com pelling logic that may be...
The move toward more heavily field-based teacher education pro grams and professional development schools has implications for sec ondary principals seeking to hire teachers. Unfortunately the stan dard interview questions and processes for selecting teachers may not allow highly qualified and...
Because the only prediction we can safely make about the 21st century is that it will be characterized by constant change, educators are faced with the challenge of preparing students to cope with the unknown as well as the known. This task requires a very different kind of teacher education...
The twenty-first century will dawn with a continuing public concern about education. Educators know the immense importance of the ser vices they deliver to the society. We need to work together to find ways to transform it.
If schools are to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century, teach ers must be prepared. The following questionnaire and responses, orig inally completed by a group of school administrators on Long Island, may hetp other administrators who wish to evaluate their schools and teachers and...
Education in the next century must reflect the needs of students. Unfortunately, reform efforts often appear to be fragmented and unfo cused. The model discussed in this article provides a conceptual frame work for reform and numerous means by which the proposed framework can be implemented.
When schools are seen as learning organizations and professional com munities, attention is focused on teachers' work as a key instrument of reform. By emphasizing needed changes in the culture of schools and the daily practice of professionals, the reform movement can concen trate on the heart...
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