Changing Mindsets of Educational Leaders to Improve Schools: Voices of Doctoral Students responds to the dual question that all graduate and post-graduate programs should ask: As students learn about leadership, does their practice change? If so, does this changing practice result in school improvement? In 16 powerful essays, students enrolled in a doctoral program describe what they believed about school leadership prior to their continuing education, what their practice looked like then, what they believe now, and how this changing mindset is reflected in their practice.Educational Leadership, 60(6), 40-44. BuIIard, P., aamp; Taylor, B. (1993). Making school reform happen. Boston: Allyn aamp; Bacon. Cook, J. (1997). The hook of positive quotations. Minneapolis, MN: Fairview Press. Dantley, M. E. (2003). Principledanbsp;...
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