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Headteachers and all school leaders who want to make a bigger difference than they ever imagined they could are the primary audience of this book. The secondary audience is leaders at all levels, including policymakers who are in a position to alter the system and thereby create conditions for transforming the principalship into a powerful force for reform.
"The Moral Imperative of School Leadership is a practical handbook for educators focusing on the pivotal role played by principals as agents of systematic change…Fullan appeals to something all educators have: the desire to do the right thing and the wish to make a difference."
"The Moral Imperative of School Leadership is an important read for school leaders and system administrators, not so much because it provides a prescription for the future of public education, but more because it elevates the moral imperative of public schooling, and enshrines the view that effective school leadership must be driven from a deep moral purpose. "
|About the Author|
|1||Changing the Context||1|
|The Public Schools We Need||3|
|The Principals and Teachers We Need||5|
|2||Barriers to School Leadership||13|
|3||The Moral Imperative at the School Level||29|
|Level 1: Making a Difference in Individuals||31|
|Level 2: Making a Difference in the School||31|
|The Emerging Image of the Moral Imperative of the Principalship||41|
|4||Making a Difference Beyond the School||47|
|Level 3: Making a Difference Regionally||50|
|Level 4: School Leadership and Society||59|
|5||How to Get There: The Individual and the System||61|