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This two-year special project to examine leadership issues in education is underwritten by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Recent articles include:

Nov. 10, 1999

Though education is a profession dominated by women, very few become superintendents.

Jan. 12, 2000

A broad consensus has formed among policymakers about the importance of school leadership.

Jan. 19, 2000

New thinking has emerged among policymakers and researchers on what makes a school leader.

April 12, 2000

Assistant principals spend most of their time on tasks far removed from the role of instructional leader.

The series is available online at www.edweek.org/sreports/.

Vol. 19, Issue 34, Page 40

Published in Print: May 3, 2000, as About this series
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