The book is intended to serve them as a reliable field manual. It provides them with a clear exposition on how to incorporate and exercise morale and servant leadership to their school community.
The recommendations and suggestions provided throughout the book are based on years of experience observing the mix of social, emotional, and intellectual activities immersed in all formal schooling. What is proposed is supported by contemporary leadership and learning theories contributed by the social sciences.
Thus, the purpose of this book is to enable principals to navigate safely through the many challenges accompanying today’s educational reforms. It will require principals to exercise courage and tenacity, along with a high degree of collaboration with all those with a stake in the public service they pledge to provide.
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: Voices From the Field: Superintendents, Principals, and Teachers
CHAPTER 2: Surviving: Becoming an Effective and Resilient Leader
CHAPTER 3: Collaborating: Role of Central Office
CHAPTER 4: Thriving: Critical Tasks and Needed Changes
CHAPTER 5: Educating: Building a Social, Emotional, and Academic School Environment
APPENDIX A: Principals’ Questionnaire
APPENDIX B: Superintendent’s Questionnaire
APPENDIX C: Teacher’s Questionnaire
APPENDIX D: Principal’s Survey
APPENDIX E: Classroom Climate Survey
APPENDIX F: High School Schedule 60 Minute Classes
APPENDIX G: High School Student Schedule and No Substitute Policy
APPENDIX H: Praise Page