Davis Stephen, Darling-Hammond Linda, LaPointe Michelle & Meyerson Debra (2005). School Leadership Study : Developping Successful Principals. Stanford : Stanford Educational Leadership Institute, Review of Research. En ligne : <http://seli.stanford.ed ... sls_research_review.pdf>.
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Creators: Darling-Hammond, Davis, LaPointe, Meyerson
Publisher: Stanford Educational Leadership Institute (Stanford)
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Principals play a vital role in setting the direction for successful schools, but existing knowledge on the best ways to prepare and develop highly qualified candidates is sparse. What are the essential elements of good leadership? How are successful leadership development programs designed? What program structures provide the best learning environments? What governing and financial
policies are needed to sustain good programming? â€śSchool Leadership Study: Developing Successful Principalsâ€·0i0k0i0n0d0x is a major research effort that seeks to answer these questions. Commissioned by The Wallace Foundation and undertaken
by the Stanford Educational Leadership Institute in conjunction with The Finance Project, the study will examine eight highly developed pre- and inservice program models that address key issues in developing strong leaders. Once effective processes have been identified they can be replicated, ensuring that more and more schools become vibrant learning communities under the direction of outstanding leaders.
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