Understanding The Evolving Concept of Leadership in Education: Roles, Expectations, and Dilemmas
by Ellen B. Goldring & William D. Greenfield — 2002
Buffeted during the past 20 years by successive waves of educational reform, educational administration is more aware today than at any time in the field’s history of the complexities and challenges of public education, and of the importance of effective educational leadership to the enduring good health of that institution (Murphy & Louis, 1999).
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