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This report concludes a two-year examination of leadership issues in education. The series was underwritten by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and in part by the Ford Foundation. Recent articles in the series include:

Dec. 6, 2000
For the overworked leaders of charter schools, there's little respite from demands, most of which they have to address themselves.

March 7, 2001
The central office, often overlooked in improvement efforts, can be a critical bridge to help schools.

March 28, 2001
Governors have been gaining ground in their quest to gain more power over precollegiate education.

April 25, 2001
Graduates of Teach for America came into the field as outsiders, but now are assuming leadership positions.

May 23, 2001
Leadership academies offer a new way of equipping novices and veteran principals for the rigors of their jobs.

May 30, 2001
Discussions of leadership are beginning to broaden to include finding ways to use teachers' expertise more widely.

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

Vol. 20, Issue 40, Page 14

Published in Print: June 13, 2001, as About This Series
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