Drawing on research evidence, Improving Urban Schools addresses the question of how primary and secondary urban schools can be improved in a more inclusive way. The authors argue that urban schools and their communities have within them expertise that tends to be overlooked, and latent creativity that should be mobilised to move thinking and progress forward. They show that new approaches to leadership, various forms of collaborative school-to-school partnerships, and major changes in national policy development are needed to make use of this untapped energy.Stringfield and his colleagues (1997) conducted a longitudinal study of ten school improvement a#39;designsa#39; focused on ... School principals demonstrated strong leadership and recognized that leadership must extend into the classroom .
|Title||:||Improving Urban Schools: Leadership And Collaboration|
|Author||:||Ainscow, Mel, West, Mel|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Education (UK) - 2006-03-01|