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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.

May 3, 2000

Schools, not university lecture halls, are seen as the proper training ground for future leaders. This two-year special project to examine leadership issues in education is underwritten by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. Recent articles include:

Vol. 20, Issue 3, Page 17

Published in Print: September 20, 2000, as Delete
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