Study results also suggest that implementation of reform efforts are effective when school leaders espouse a common purpose, share decision-making and the principal distributes the responsibility of leadership. The study documents effective practices in the strands of leadership, change and community and discusses implications for policy, practice and recommendations for future research.As the focus of education policy has shifted from equity to excellence during the last two decades, there is a potential tension between academic excellence and equity (Bracey, 2002). Ever since the Coleman Report in 1966, researchers have anbsp;...
|Title||:||Urban School Leadership: A Case Study on the Transformation of a Comprehensive High School Into Small Learning Communities|
|Author||:||Evangeline Enriquez Aguilera|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|