Leading to Change. The Challenge of the New Superintendency

  • ID: 2212181
  • Book
  • 352 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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"There are so few ′must read′ books about superintAndents that I would recommend to policymakers, researchers, and novices. Add Leading to Change to the list. This insightful chapters on political and managerial leadership alone are worth the price of the book." Larry Cuban, professor of education, Stanford University "Susan Moore Johnson′s thoughtful, thorough, timely study of the new superintendency gives all who care about improved public schools and their effective leadership solid examples of best practice and what works. Current and aspiring leaders of public organizations will find it realistic, practical, and hopeful." Thomas W. Payzant, superintendent, Boston Public Schools
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The Superintendents and School Districts.

GREAT EXPECTATIONS.

The Promise and Prospect of Leadership.

Looking for Leaders.

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP.

Crafting a Vision.

Leading Reform.

Engaging School Leaders.

POLITICAL LEADERSHIP.

Political Contexts and Constituents.

The Politics of Equity and Excellence.

MANAGERIAL LEADERSHIP.

Managing to Lead.

Managerial Levers.

LEADING TO CHANGE.

Toward a New Superintendency.
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"At the very time that good superintAndents are burning out from the complexities and demands of the job, and at the very time that leadership by superintAndents is all the more crucial for reform, comes a book that inspires and points the way to a new superintAndency. This is a book that captures the present multifaceted nature of the superintAndency while lifting it to new, exciting, achievable heights." (Michael G. Fullan, dean, Faculty of Education, University of Toronto)
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