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Schools That Succeed: How Educators Marshall the Power of Systems for Improvement


reviewed by Paul M. Newton — October 02, 2017

coverTitle: Schools That Succeed: How Educators Marshall the Power of Systems for Improvement
Author(s): Karin Chenoweth
Publisher: Harvard Education Press, Boston
ISBN: 978-1-68253-028-3 , Pages: 240, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: October 02, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22174, Date Accessed: 12/13/2017 6:20:09 AM

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  • Paul Newton
    University of Saskatchewan, Canada
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    PAUL NEWTON, Ph.D., is Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Educational Administration and Acting Head of the Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. He has been a teacher and principal in public school districts in Canada. His most recent research projects include: a study of the teaching principal; an international study of school autonomy and 21st century learning outcomes in Saskatchewan, Alberta, Finland, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Israel, Australia, and Hong Kong; a study of the professional learning of post-secondary vocational educators; and a study on principal decision making for school improvement. He serves as co-editor of the Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy. Paul is the editor of two books on educational leadership and has authored more that 30 research articles and book chapters on school improvement, educational leadership, and theories of educational administration.
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