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Principal Matters: 101 Tips for Creating Collaborative Relationships Between After-School Programs and School Leaders
     

Principal Matters: 101 Tips for Creating Collaborative Relationships Between After-School Programs and School Leaders

by Paul G. Young, Erika Konowalow (Editor), Key Metts (Illustrator)
 

Despite the day-to-day accomplishments that can be enjoyed by after-school program directors and staff members, there often can be an equal number of challenges. One key to clearing these daily hurdles is by building bridges between your after-school program leader and the school principal. Author Paul Young, who was president and CEO of the National AfterSchool

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Despite the day-to-day accomplishments that can be enjoyed by after-school program directors and staff members, there often can be an equal number of challenges. One key to clearing these daily hurdles is by building bridges between your after-school program leader and the school principal. Author Paul Young, who was president and CEO of the National AfterSchool Association (2010-2012), director of an after-school program (2005-2010) and an elementary school principal (1986-2004), provides suggestions in 10 areas, including tips that enhance student learning, tips that support principal/program director collaboration, tips that develop advocacy for after-school programming and tips that support parent and community engagement. Young's 101 tips provide positive ideas that will lead to quality programs and positive relationships between after-school programs and school leaders.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780917505232
Publisher:
School Age Notes
Publication date:
10/01/2010

Meet the Author


Paul G. Young, PhD,worked as a teacher and administrator in Ohio for more than 35 years. He taught 4th and 5th grades and served as an elementary school principal for nearly 20 years before retiring from work in the public schools. As a principal, Young played a key leadership role in the development of the West After School Center, Inc. He also served on the board of directors and as president and CEO of the National AfterSchool Association.

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