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Understanding the tradition of educational leadership is an essential but insufficient condition for meeting today’s challenges. We must also decide what must be conserved or embraced and changed in order to create a better world in which educational leaders can make a positive difference that honors the dignity of all persons. Drs. English, Papa, Mullen, and Creighton give attention to the relationship between the art and science of our work. Art has traditionally focused on the uniqueness of each creation whereas science has helped us build conceptual frameworks in the interest of efficiency. The authors explore in a stimulating way how new technologies can help educational leaders work creatively and productively with others to enhance teaching and learning within and across systems.
This book gives me great hope for the future of educational leadership and for continuing conversation in the important areas discussed.