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*Leadership, management, and organizational behavior
*Principals, superintendents, and other leaders
*Diversity, including gender and race issues
*Moral leadership and building community
*Shared leadership between educators
Both policy and practice are the focus of this rich and varied volume. The authors base their findings on real-world experience and leading-edge research—sharing practical lessons and strategies for the school or classroom. From the scholar to the practitioner, The Jossey-Bass Reader on Educational Leadership is a powerhouse of valuable information.
Part One: Leadership, Management and Organizational Behavior.
The Nature of Leadership (J. Gardner).
"Give Me a Lever Long Enough...And Single-Handed I Can Move the World" (P. Senge).
Condensation of the Fourteen Points for Management (W. Deming).
We Need Noncoercive Lead-Management from the State Superintendent to the Teacher (W. Glasser).
Leadership as an Organizational Quality (R. Ogawa & S. Bossert).
People and Organizations (L. Bolman & T. Deal).
Part Two: Principals and Superintendents.
Looking for Leaders (S. Johnson).
Standards for School Leaders (Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium).
The Unheroic Side of School Leadership: Notes from the Swamp (Jerome T. Murphy).
Educational Leadership for the 21st Century: Integrating Three Essential Perspectives (D. Marsh).
Learning to Lead (R. Barth).
Leadership for the Twenty-First Century: Breaking the Bonds of Dependency (M. Fullan).
The Manager as Politician (L. Bolman & T. Deal).
Leading a School System Through Change (P. Schlechty).
Eight Roles of Symbolic Leaders (T. Deal & K. Peterson).
Part Three: Diversity and Leadership.
Gender and Race as Factors in Educational Leadership and Administration (C. Banks).
Gender and Supervision (C. Shakeshaft, et al..
Part Four: Moral Leadership.
Leadership as Stewardship: Who Is Serving Who? (T. Sergiovanni).
The Authentic Leader (R. Evans).
Building a Community of Virtue (K. Ryan & K. Bohlin).
Part Five: Shared Leadership.
Good-Bye, Command and Control (M. Wheatley).
Teacher Leadership: Ideology and Practice (A. Lieberman, et al.).
Principals, Shared Decision Making, andSchool Reform (C. Weiss & J. Cambone).
Assessing the Prospects for Teacher Leadership (J. Little).