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Fink Dean & Brayman Carol (2006). « School Leadership Succession and the Challenges of Change ». Educational Administration Quarterly, vol. 42, n° 1, fĂ©vrier, p. 62–89. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Fink2006
Categories: General
Keywords: leadership, pilotage, réforme
Creators: Brayman, Fink
Collection: Educational Administration Quarterly
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Throughout the Western world, the fallout from the standards/standardization agenda has resulted in potential leaders questioning educational leadership as a career path. Moreover, the aging of the baby boom generation has created a shortage of qualified principals in many educational jurisdictions. Policy makers have responded to these twin pressures by initiating major programs to identify, recruit, and prepare future leaders. Leadership succession, whether planned or unplanned, has become an accelerated and cumulative process that is including people of increasing levels of inexperience. Succession is now a chronic process rather than an episodic crisis.This article argues that succession is not the key issue. What is crucial is the degree of autonomy that principals can exercise on behalf of their school community.
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