Role of the Principal in Curriculum Work
by Howard G. Spalding - 1956
If the analyses are realistic, they will reveal that the principal is the person who is held responsible for curricular and extracurricular failures and accomplishments in the school he serves. If this is accepted, the principal should be given authority commensurate with these responsibilities.
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