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Lists for Leaders

By LeaderTalk Contributor — July 14, 2010 1 min read

I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know and work with the great people at the Principals’ Partnership. To support their mission of strong educational leadership, I have compiled a list of resources that school leaders can share with their teachers and community members.

I call it the List for Leaders as it compiles the top ten blogs, books, videos, and presentations recommended and organized by leading groups on the web. Please feel free to add your favorites in the comments section or connect with me on Twitter @angelamaiers to share any additions. Please take a look and take in all you can!

Each category takes you to a separate Top Ten List. You can get back to the main menu at any time by clicking the “Back to Top Ten” link at the bottom of each list.

TOP TEN LISTS

TECH

TOOLS BLOGS VIDEOS

SOCIAL
MEDIA

BOOKS PRESENTATIONS

GENERAL
RESOURCES

READINGS VIDEOS

EDUCATIONAL
LEADERSHIP

BOOKS BLOGS PODCASTS

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