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School leadership & administration : important concepts, case studies, & simulations
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9th ed.
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New York : McGraw-Hill, c2012.
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1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 24 cm.
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School Leadership and Administration is fundamentally a text about leadership for any situation. Primarily focused toward school leaders, School Leadership and Administration offers global application with its principles for those who may be in areas such as higher education administration, military educational training programs, agency management, and government services administration.

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Table of Contents

Meet the Authors
Part 1 Major Concepts in Administration and the Social Sciences
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 2 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