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Managing Marginal School Employees: Applying Standards-Based Performance Measures
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Managing Marginal School Employees: Applying Standards-Based Performance Measures (Hardback)

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Here is a collection of case studies that provide a variety of situations in managing or working with marginal employees in a school system. Managing Marginal School Employees will serve as a primary or companion text for administrator candidates or current administrators that include dilemmas for the student to think about, discuss, and solve. The authors have correlated the topics within this book to the national standards in educational leadership and provide a realistic sampling of the various problems that administrators encounter each day. Included are the problem, case questions, suggested activities, and, following each case, is a set of reflective questions for each chapter. Managing Marginal School Employees is most suitable for graduate courses in the field of educational leadership.

EducationEducation TheoryOrganization & management of education Publisher: ScarecrowEducation Publication Date: 27/04/2006 ISBN-13: 9781578864072  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Lynette Fields, PhD, is an instructor in educational leadership at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg. She has authored numerous articles on classroom-management issues in teacher education and topics related to administrator preparation. Her major research interest is studying the role of the assistant principal. Brianne Reck, PhD, is an assistant professor of educational leadership and curriculum studies at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg. One of her primary interests is developing innovative administrator preparation programs that address the changing nature of educational leadership in the context of high stakes accountability for student achievement. Robert Egley, PhD, is an assistant professor of educational leadership and curriculum studies at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg. He has several lines of research including, high-stakes testing, invitational education, and instructional leadership.

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