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School Leadership and Administration: Important Concepts, Case Studies, and Simulations

School Leadership and Administration: Important Concepts, Case Studies, and Simulations

9th Edition
By Richard Gorton and Judy Alston
Copyright: 2012

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PREFACE

MEET THE AUTHORS

PART ONE: Major Concepts in Administration and the Social Sciences

INTRODUCTION

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP POLICY STANDARDS: ISLLC 2008

CHAPTER 1 Leadership

CHAPTER 2 Decision Making

CHAPTER 3 Authority, Power, and Influence

CHAPTER 4 Communication

CHAPTER 5 Conflict Management

CHAPTER 6 Organizational Culture

CHAPTER 7 Change

PART TWO: Case Studies and Simulations

CHAPTER 8 Introduction to Clinical Materials and Learning Experiences

CHAPTER 9 Beginning Challenges

CHAPTER 10 Student Problems

CHAPTER 11 Administrator–Staff Relationships

CHAPTER 12 School–Community Relations

CHAPTER 13 Role and Organizational Problems

CHAPTER 14 Problems of Change

INDEX