Across the country, there is an urgent call for transformational high school reform. The Servant Leader and High School Change addresses the plea for secondary school reinvention, inspiring the reader to get more involved in local school improvement efforts. Wallace captures_in story form_what students, teachers, administrators, and parents have been saying for a long time: there is a simpler, more effective way to run a people-centered school. Following a struggling high school principal who has lost his way, Wallace demonstrates what can happen in one school year when a gifted mentor gets the attention of the principal who is his student and teaches him the real meaning of servant leadership, thus transforming not only the principal, but the entire school and community.As much as he hated to admit it, Todd knew John was right. He stayed true to doing the right thing ... agt;lalt; agt;lalt; agt;lalt; In Talent Is Never Enough, John Maxwell (2007 ) reminds us that talent is only part of the equation. To reach full potential, one mustanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Servant Leader and High School Change|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2009-01-16|