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Building Relationships, Yielding Results: How Superintendents Can Work with School Boards to Create Productive Teams


reviewed by Richard Diem ó September 28, 2015

coverTitle: Building Relationships, Yielding Results: How Superintendents Can Work with School Boards to Create Productive Teams
Author(s): Julie Hackett
Publisher: Harvard University Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 1612508065, Pages: 232, Year: 2015
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 28, 2015
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18136, Date Accessed: 10/18/2017 9:11:07 AM

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  • Richard Diem
    The University of Texas at San Antonio
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    RICHARD DIEM is Dean Emeritus of the Honors College and Professor Emeritus of Education at The University of Texas at San Antonio. In addition to his work at UTSA, he has also taught at in the public schools in suburban Chicago, Northern Illinois University, Texas Womenís University and the Escola de Superior in Viseu, Portugal.

    His professional work includes 7 books, 98 articles, 120 papers, and over 7 million dollars in grant and funded awards. In addition he has received two Fulbright-Hays Professorships as well as numerous other honors including the Irving Morrisett lifetime achievement award for Excellence in Social Science Education. He has also served as President of the National Council for the Social Studies.

    Diemís major research interests have been the application of technology to educational environments and the cultural implications of information and technological dependence in school settings.


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