Leading with Focus

To that end, this book is an essential resource for leaders ready to streamline their practice and focus their efforts on radically improving student learning.

Leading with Focus

Author: Mike Schmoker

Publisher: ASCD

ISBN: 1416621393

Page: 148

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In his 2011 ASCD best-seller Focus: Elevating the Essentials to Radically Improve Student Learning, author Mike Schmoker described a fresh pproach to K-12 teaching built on three core elements: a focused and coherent curriculum; clear, prioritized lessons; and purposeful reading and writing, or authentic literacy. Now, in Leading with Focus, he shows administrators, principals, and other education leaders how to apply his model to the work of running schools and districts. In this companion to his previous book, Schmoker offers * An overview of the case for simple, focused school and district leadership--demonstrating its power for vastly improving the work of teachers and leaders. * Examples of real schools and districts that have embraced focused leadership--and the incredible results for student learning. * A practical, flexible, and easy-to-follow implementation guide for ensuring focused leadership in schools and districts. All students deserve to learn in schools where educators eschew distractions and superfluous activities to concentrate on what’s most important. To that end, this book is an essential resource for leaders ready to streamline their practice and focus their efforts on radically improving student learning.

Focus

Both a call to action and a blueprint for creating more effective classrooms, Focus: Elevating the Essentials for Radically Improved Student Learning will challenge your assumptions about schooling and show how educators who have embraced ...

Focus

Author: Michael J. Schmoker

Publisher: ASCD

ISBN: 1416611304

Page: 237

View: 242

The introduction states: "[T]he only reason our schools haven't made astonishing progress in the last 30 years of "reform" is quite simple: very few schools ever implemented 'what is essential'--the most powerful, simple actions and structures that woulddramatically increase the proportion of students prepared for college or careers. What is 'essential' for schools? Three simple things: reasonably coherent curriculum (what we teach); sound lessons (how we teach); and far more purposeful reading and writing in every discipline, or authentic literacy (integral to both what and how we teach).

The Learning Leader

In this fully revised and updated second edition of The Learning Leader, Douglas B. Reeves helps leadership teams go beyond excuses to capitalize on their strengths, reduce their weaknesses, and reset their mindset and priorities to achieve ...

The Learning Leader

Author: Douglas B. Reeves

Publisher: ASCD

ISBN: 1416629416

Page: 180

View: 632

"We can't do that in our school district." "I don't have time to add that to my curriculum." "We're fighting against impossible odds with these students." Sound familiar? School improvement can often feel like a losing battle, but it doesn't have to be. In this fully revised and updated second edition of The Learning Leader, Douglas B. Reeves helps leadership teams go beyond excuses to capitalize on their strengths, reduce their weaknesses, and reset their mindset and priorities to achieve unprecedented success. A critical key is recognizing student achievement as more than just a set of test scores. Reeves asserts that when leaders focus exclusively on results, they fail to measure and understand the importance of their own actions. He offers an alternative—the Leadership for Learning Framework, which helps leaders identify and distinguish among four different types of educators and provide more effective, tailored support to - "Lucky" educators, who achieve high results but don't understand how their actions influence achievement. - "Losing" educators, who achieve low results yet keep doing the same thing, expecting different outcomes. - "Learning" educators, who have not yet achieved the desired results but are working their way toward excellence. - "Leading" educators, who achieve high results and understand how their actions influence their success. Reeves stresses that effective leadership is neither a unitary skill nor a solitary activity. The Learning Leader helps leaders reconceptualize their roles in the school improvement process and motivate themselves and their colleagues to keep working to better serve their students.

Five Practices for Equity Focused School Leadership

Both passionate and practical, this book is an indispensable roadmap for educators working toward schooling that advances the worth and potential of all students.

Five Practices for Equity Focused School Leadership

Author: Sharon Radd

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781416629757

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This timely and essential book provides a comprehensive guide for school leaders who desire to engage their school communities in transformative systemic change. Sharon I. Radd, Gretchen Givens Generett, Mark Anthony Gooden, and George Theoharis offer five practices to increase educational equity and eliminate marginalization based on race, disability, socioeconomics, language, gender and sexual identity, and religion. For each dimension of diversity, the authors provide background information for understanding the current realities in schools and beyond, and they suggest "disruptive practices" to replace the status quo in order to achieve full inclusion and educational excellence for every child. Assuming that leadership to create equity is a unique practice, the book offers * Clear explanations of foundational terms and concepts, such as equity, systemic inequity, paradigms and cognitive dissonance, and privilege; * Specific recommendations for how to build support and sustainability by engaging colleagues and other stakeholders in constructive dialogues with multiple perspectives; * Detailed descriptions of routines and roles for building effective equity-leadership teams; * Guidelines and tools for performing an equity audit, including environmental scans; * A change framework to skillfully transform your system; and * Reflection activities for self-discovery, understanding, and personal and professional growth. A call to action that is both passionate and practical, Five Practices for Equity-Focused School Leadership is an indispensable roadmap for educators undertaking the journey toward an education system that acknowledges and advances the worth and potential of all students.

School Leadership for Results

This book explores transforming evaluation into a model that improves school leaders' performance, aligns their vision, mission, and goals, connects goals with impactful practices, provides domains, scales, and evidences, and ensures fair, ...

School Leadership for Results

Author: Beverly G. Carbaugh

Publisher: Learning Sciences

ISBN: 9781941112106

Page: 200

View: 259

What defines an effective school leader and how do you measure effectiveness? School leaders have a direct and significant impact on student achievement. They drive the effectiveness of teachers who, in turn, influence the performance of students. Without the right kind of support, training, vision, and tools, however, school leaders are often unable to perform at the highest levels of effectiveness. Based on historical and contemporary research, School Leadership for Results: Shifting the Focus of Leader Evaluation explores the importance of evaluating school leaders based on something far more powerful than measurement alone: evaluating based on growth. Education authorities Beverly G. Carbaugh, Robert J. Marzano, and Michael D. Toth describe ways to transform evaluation into a model that: Measurably improves the performance of school leaders Aligns the vision, mission, and goals of school leaders Connects goals with practices that impact teachers and students Is designed with domains, scales, and evidences to address key questions Provides a clear course to help school leaders prepare for evaluations Ensures that district leaders offer fair, unbiased school leader evaluations Effective school leader evaluation is a collaborative, shared process of focused improvement. Learn how to make it an integral part of your schools.

Becoming Strategic

Originally published as Coach As Strategic Partner, this book is updated with new information and techniques for today's business climate.It's time to stop feeling overwhelmed by the abundance of tactical thinking that is going on around ...

Becoming Strategic

Author: Timi Gleason

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781516879939

Page: 130

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Originally published as Coach As Strategic Partner, this book is updated with new information and techniques for today's business climate.It's time to stop feeling overwhelmed by the abundance of tactical thinking that is going on around you. Becoming Strategic: Leading with Focus and Inspiration is loaded with techniques and ideas for introducing solutions that will assure your brand as a valuable strategic thinker is noticed. "Many people talk about strategy. This book shows you how to live it! A MUST READ for anyone serious about turning strategy into profitable action." ~Michael Walsh, Business Strategist/CEO, Author of Thinking Big Is Not Enough"Developing a strategic approach to today's challenges has never been more important. This practical and welcome contribution really helps begin this vital process in daily business life." ~Bob Gorzynski, Author of The Strategic Mind "Great job showing us how strategic thinking and planning can be energized and humanized with systems thinking at its core! A valuable read!" ~ Sheridan L. Barker, Managing Partner, Haines Centre for Strategic Management "More than a book, this is a manual for leaders and followers, for those in transition and those who are lifers-this is a tour du force to assist the reader in truly impacting change by making a strategic difference." ~CB Bowman, MBA, CMC, MCEC, CEO: Association of Corporate Executive Coaches

Appreciative Leadership Focus on What Works to Drive Winning Performance and Build a Thriving Organization

It's a full-time, lifelong commitment to your values, your vision, and your connection to others. This is how the best leaders in the world bring out the best in people, their organizations, and themselves. This is Appreciative Leadership.

Appreciative Leadership  Focus on What Works to Drive Winning Performance and Build a Thriving Organization

Author: Diana Whitney

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071743204

Page: 272

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Advance Praise for Appreciative Leadership: "A must-read for leaders at all levels who believe that both common sense and business sense require engaging and encouraging rather than mandating or manipulating. It may become my most-recommended book." -- Frank Rogers-Witte, Ph.D., Director, Executive Staff Effectiveness, Hewlett-Packard IPG "Building on a simple but powerful idea, Appreciative Leadership offers an approach to organizational transformation applicable to institutions as varied as businesses, universities, church bodies, and health systems. Packed with dozens of stories and suggestions, it offers key insights translated into replicable strategies for action." -- Jane McAuliffe, Ph.D., President, Bryn Mawr College "The positive basis of power is illuminated brilliantly in this courageous leadership book. Appreciative Leadership touches the heart of leadership--the kind people most deeply desire--in a way that will change lives, businesses, and every relationship you wish to build." -- David L. Cooperrider, Ph.D., Professor of Social Entrepreneurship, Case Western Reserve University "Leadership driven by principles and integrity is more important today than ever. Appreciative Leadership shows how to blend principles of collaboration, quality, and service for both long-term achievement and practical daily impact. It provides a model of success for a new generation of leaders." -- R. Edward Howell, Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, University of Virginia Medical Center The Positive Approach to Leadership That Brings Out the Best in Everyone Appreciative Inquiry has become one of the most popular new management tools in business today. Its premise is simple yet profound: Instead of focusing on what's wrong in the workplace, learn about and build upon what works. Dr. Diana Whitney--a leader in the field of Appreciative Inquiry--and colleagues Amanda Trosten-Bloom and Kae Rader bring the next generation of these ideas forward, with practical and proven tools for leadership. A refreshingly different approach to managing organizations, Appreciative Leadership turns conventional management thinking on its head, demonstrating how to get results with "positive power." All you need are the five "I's" . . . INQUIRY: Leading with positively powerful questions. ILLUMINATION: Bringing out the best in people and situations. INCLUSION: Engaging with others to cocreate the future. INSPIRATION: Awakening the creative spirit. INTEGRITY: Making choices for the good of the whole. This revolutionary approach brings people together, drives companies forward--and takes your leadership skills to a whole new level. Appreciative Leadership shows you how to fully engage your team through positive inquiry and open dialogue--so that everyone feels included and valued, inspired and motivated . . . and ready to work together to win. In this user-friendly guide, you'll discover exciting new techniques to open up discussions, exchange ideas, agree on a plan, and follow up on your goals. You'll learn simple tips on how to keep your team on track with a can-do attitude. And you'll find satisfying new ways to be engaged, passionate, and present. This book isn't a quick-fix solution to your management problems. It's a full-time, lifelong commitment to your values, your vision, and your connection to others. This is how the best leaders in the world bring out the best in people, their organizations, and themselves. This is Appreciative Leadership.

Finding Your Leadership Focus

Focus,. Save. Time,. and. Improve. Achievement. “WE. DON'T HAVE THE TIME.”
These words crystallize the most frequent complaint of classroom teachers, a
reflection not only of my personal conversations with teachers around the world
but ...

Finding Your Leadership Focus

Author: Douglas B. Reeves

Publisher: Teachers College Press

ISBN: 0807771287

Page: 169

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In his new book, author and international keynoter Douglas Reeves addresses a major challenge faced by today’s school leaders: an ever-growing load of programs and initiatives. Reeves contends that program overload not only taxes leadership resources, but actually hurts rather than improves student performance. Drawing on recent research findings, this book shows how leaders can pare down from a proliferation of initiatives to determine what is truly most important based on their local concerns, challenges, populations, and other school factors. Identifying a specific set of leadership practices that are more strongly associated with improvements in student achievement, Reeves provides explicit guidelines for how school leaders can improve their most critical leadership decisions by simultaneously engaging in three essential strategies: monitoring teaching and leadership practices, building high degrees of efficacy among staff members, and focusing on a smaller number of priorities.Finding Your Leadership Focusis essential reading for new and veteran principals, teacher leaders, and PLC book study groups. Book Features: Practical guidance to help school leaders at every level to focus on what is most important and to assess their progress. Analysis correlating three years of student achievement data and specific school leadership practices. Online video conference support by Douglas Reeves for book study groups and graduate classes who use this book. Online downloads. Douglas B. Reevesis the founder of The Leadership and Learning Center, Englewood, Colorado. He was named the Brock International Laureate for his contributions to education and received the Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of Secondary School Principals. “Finding Your Leadership Focuscould not have arrived at a more timely moment in the history of reform.... Doug Reeves’ conclusions and agenda for action are exactly what is needed.” —From the Foreword byMichael Fullan, professor emeritus, University of Toronto “If schools and districts model their improvement efforts on Doug Reeves’ sage advice, voluminous strategic plans will be scrapped, trees will be saved, educators will avoid the Law of Initiative Fatigue, and most importantly, students will learn at higher levels.” —Richard DuFour, educational author and consultant “This book is a masterful combination of research and practice, and Doug Reeves is one of the few people in the country who could have written it. He has added much-needed clarity to the process of leading in a way that directly results in enhanced student achievement.” —Robert J. Marzano, CEO, Marzano Research Laboratory

Focus on Management Principles

Chapter 3 Leadership and teamwork Learning outcomes The contents of this
chapter will enable learners to : ✓ Define leadership . ✓ Explain why all
managers must be leaders . ✓ Discuss the connection between leading and
leadership .

Focus on Management Principles

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Publisher: Juta and Company Ltd

ISBN: 9780702166549

Page: 97

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Departments of Labor Health and Human Services Education and Related Agencies Appropriations for 1998

Future studies will focus on identifying the specific gene or genes in each of the
regions that are involved in ... these genes will provide important new information
on the causes of inflammatory arthritis in rats and strong leads for identifying the ...

Departments of Labor  Health and Human Services  Education  and Related Agencies Appropriations for 1998

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies

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Leading Change Training

Each interview should last no more than an hour and should provide an
opportunity for participants to offer their thoughts both in response to your
questions and on their own initiative (in the context of the interview's focus).
Following the ...

Leading Change Training

Author: Jeffrey Russell

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0750663650

Page: 216

View: 239

The Trainer's Workshop Series is designed to be a practical, hands-on roadmap to help you quickly develop training in key business areas. Each book in the series offers all the exercises, handouts, assessments, structured experiences and ready-to-use presentations needed to develop effective training sessions. In addition to easy-to-use icons, each book in the series includes a companion CD-ROM with PowerPointT presentations and electronic copies of all supporting material featured in the book. Leading Change Training helps you create solid change programmes within your organization and integrate leading-edge change leadership models and other theories into your programme. It not only involves simply reducing resistance, but also creating an awareness of the challenges and responsibilities that each person, irrespective of level, faces as a change initiative goes forward. Contains exercises, handouts, assessments and tools to help you: . create effective change training for executives, leaders, managers and staff . build support and reduce resistance to organisational change . become a more effective and efficient facilitator . ensure training is on target and gets results "This book offers not only the 'how' of a programme on leading change, but also an insightful and helpful look at the why, when and where." Lin Standke, Instructional Design Manager, Centre for Professional Development, CUNA & Affiliates Other books in this series: Leadership Training, Customer Service Training, New Employee Orientation Training, Leading Change Training. · Practical hands-on guide offers all the exercises, handouts and presentations you need to develop effective training programmes · 'Workshop' approach helps you quickly and easily develop training in key business areas · Includes a companion CD-ROM

Management A Focus on Leaders

Amidst the financial crises, catastrophic disasters, and business scandals frequently making headlines, Annie McKee and the Australian authors of this new text Management: a Focus on Leaders, believe there is a unique opportunity to re ...

Management  A Focus on Leaders

Author: Annie McKee

Publisher: Pearson Higher Education AU

ISBN: 1442550465

Page: 641

View: 237

A new view of the four functions of Management: through the lens of leadership The pace and scope of change in the world and organisations during the past 10 years is unprecedented. In this environment, staying ahead of the curve and preparing for success in work, management and leadership is challenging. Amidst the financial crises, catastrophic disasters, and business scandals frequently making headlines, Annie McKee and the Australian authors of this new text Management: a Focus on Leaders, believe there is a unique opportunity to re-focus the way students are prepared for their future in business. Show future managers how to lead in a complex, yet exciting, global environment With an engaging writing style and an outcome-driven approach, Annie McKee and Australian authors Travis Kemp and Gordon Spence directly address the many behavioural, social, cognitive and emotional challenges beyond the four functions of management. Management features exciting Australasian and global case studies and easy, student-friendly teaching tools. Unique Decision Making mini-simulations using adaptive technology allow students to make management decisions and see the impact of their decisions.

Leading the Strategically Focused School

leadership. Strategically focused school S u c c e s s S u s t a i n a b il it y
Strategic processes Strategic approaches ... in other chapters, strategic
processes and strategic approaches; now we move on to the strategic leadership
element.

Leading the Strategically Focused School

Author: Brent Davies

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781446243749

Page: 192

View: 239

Drawing upon Brent Davies's extensive experience in presenting nationally and internationally to school leaders, this book distils the collective wisdom from educationalists across the globe. Updated with new international examples and references and a significant new chapter on developing strategic talent in schools, the book has been described as a 'must read' for existing and aspiring school leaders. The book focuses on: " establishing processes for building whole school involvement " strategic approaches to build capacity in your school " building and sustaining strategic leadership throughout the school " developing strategic talent in schools " characteristics of strategically focused schools This book is an indispensable read for school leaders who want to focus on bringing sustainable improvement to their school. Dr Brent Davies is Professor of Leadership Development at the University of Hull.

Focus On Composing Photos

Focus on the Fundamentals Peter Ensenberger. Every leading line may not
necessarily stand out as a continuous strand or stroke. Sometimes an alignment
of unconnected repeating shapes produces the illusion of a line, such as
footprints in ...

Focus On Composing Photos

Author: Peter Ensenberger

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1136088938

Page: 139

View: 974

As digital cameras and software packages become more advanced, seemingly by the minute, it has become easier than ever to overlook the basic elements which have always resulted in the best photographs, no matter how fancy (or primitive) the camera itself. Composition is the single most important aspect of creating great images, no matter what level of photographer you happen to be. No amount of digital wizardry can turn a badly composed image into a picture you would want to display. While many books on composition tend to overcomplicate the subject, this book breaks down everything you need to know into small, digestible chunks of information that you will actually remember once you're out and about taking pictures. Instead of plodding through long and complex pages of text, this book supplements the necessary information, such as the basics of the rule of thirds and how to get good highlights and shadows, with tons of gorgeous, full color images that actually show you what to do and how to do it, rather than just telling you what to try. You'll be amazed at the gorgeous images you'll create, whether your passion is for photographing your family, pets, travel adventures, nature, or anything else.

Noise

This engaging, informative book will help you: Apply effective, real-world techniques to hone your focus and reduce interference Learn the lessons taught to organizations such as Harley-Davidson, BMO Harris Bank, MasterCard, and the US Army ...

Noise

Author: Joseph McCormack

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1119553377

Page: 304

View: 576

Teaches managers and leaders to cut through the static and hone their focusing skills In the current digital age, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to stay focused. Smartphones, tablets, smart watches, and other devices constantly vie for our attention. In both business and life, we are constantly bombarded with tweets, likes, mentions, and a constant stream of information. The inability to pay attention impacts learning, parenting, prioritizing, and leading. Not surprisingly, attention spans have gotten shorter. Already being pulled in a dozen directions every minute, managers and business leaders often struggle to address important issues and focus on everything that needs attention. Noise: Living and Leading When Nobody Can Focus teaches managers and leaders how to help themselves and others sharpen their focusing skills. In this follow-up to his first book Brief—the proven, step-by-step approach to clear, concise, and effective communication—author Joseph McCormack helps readers cut through the static and devote their attention to what is important. This engaging, informative book will help you: Apply effective, real-world techniques to hone your focus and reduce interference Learn the lessons taught to organizations such as Harley-Davidson, BMO Harris Bank, MasterCard, and the US Army Understand how modern technology can actually strengthen your focus if used correctly Avoid becoming a casualty of “weapons of mass distraction” Noise: Living and Leading When Nobody Can Focus is a valuable resource for leaders and managers seeking to develop laser-sharp focus and apply it to everything you do.

Focus Forward Leadership

Action strategies are clearly outlined and provide a road map for success. If you are serious about leading in a world being revolutionized by artificial intelligence, this is the book for you.

Focus Forward Leadership

Author: John Robertson

Publisher: Indie Books International

ISBN: 9781947480513

Page: 130

View: 647

The challenge of finding leaders who can lead focus-forward leaders is as real today as it ever was. Now it is even more consequential because of the evolution and impact of artificial intelligence on companies and their leadership at every level. Maximizing profits will require leaders who can lead leaders who see a purpose in the future better than they can see the future themselves. It will not be easy. It will be hard to make the changes required. Focus Forward Leadership is quick and enjoyable learning. Every chapter is packed with real life lessons and anecdotes that immediately demonstrate each point. Action strategies are clearly outlined and provide a road map for success. If you are serious about leading in a world being revolutionized by artificial intelligence, this is the book for you.

Leading Technology Rich Schools

Case study research on school leadership provided examples of what others
have found, but not all of these studies focused on secondary schools, which is
our focus in this book. For example, Park and Datnow (2009) conducted a
qualitative ...

Leading Technology Rich Schools

Author: Barbara B. Levin

Publisher: Teachers College Press

ISBN: 0807771937

Page: 241

View: 635

This timely book shows how award-winning secondary schools and districts are successfully using technology and making systemic changes to increase student engagement, improve achievement, and re-invigorate the teaching and learning process. Through in-depth case studies, we see how experienced school and district leaders use technology in curricular, administrative, and analytical ways to meet the needs of 21st-century learners, educators, and communities. These cases reveal important details addressed by the leadership of these schools and districts that go beyond what they did with technology to include changes in school culture, curriculum and teaching, uses of assessment data, financial considerations, infrastructure, and involvement with the community. Book Features: Successful models from schools/districts experienced with using technology as a lever for school improvement.Case studies from diverse schools/districts across the country that show “what works” and “how it works.”A cross-case analysis that makes it easy to compare individual schools and identify common practices. Barbara B. Levin is a Professor in the Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education and Director of the Teachers Academy at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Lynne Schrum is Dean, College of Education and Human Services, West Virginia University. “Barbara B. Levin and Lynne Schrum offer their readers the distinct advantage of compressing into a single volume what it took me decades to learn. They not only present the big ideas of effective school leadership, but bring them alive through case studies that illustrate how those ideas manifest themselves in leaders’ day-to-day behaviors. . . . I encourage you to use the ideas and practices you find here to leverage technology to create schools in which all students and adults thrive.” —From the Foreword by Dennis Sparks, Emeritus Executive Director, National Staff Development Council (Learning Forward) Prepublication Reviews: “In Leading Technology-Rich Schools, the authors present a fascinating and exciting set of case studies that provide great insight into the ways leaders can support high-level innovation in schools. Importantly, their focus is on technology that enhances learning and teaching, rather than technology as an expensive school ornament. A must-read for those who study and practice educational leadership.” —Jeffrey S. Brooks, Associate Professor and Educational Leadership Program Coordinator, School of Education, Iowa State University, author of Black School, White School: Racism and Educational (Mis)leadership “This book is a precious gift for the vast majority of administrators who desperately need concrete examples of how to create, facilitate, and sustain technology-infused learning environments.” —Scott McLeod, Associate Professor and Founding Director, CASTLE, University of Kentucky “These rich illustrations of technology leadership in secondary schools show how a number of complex variables must come together to produce the key outcome of positioning educational technology as a support to teaching and learning. Examples of leadership practices that coordinate team members for interdependent work and invite teachers' involvement should prove to be a valuable resource to practitioners and also provide insight to policymakers for how they can create supportive conditions for such work.” —Sara Dexter, Associate Professor, Department of Leadership, Foundations, and Policy, Curry School of Education, University of Virginia “Leading Technology-Rich Schools is a key advance in understanding how technology can best be integrated in today’s schools. These case studies of effective practice are sure to become required reading for those in leadership positions who are using technology for school improvement.” —Glen L. Bull, Samuel Braley Gray Professor of Education, Curry School of Education, University of Virginia “The rubber meets the road in this well-researched book with detailed stories of exemplary schools and school leaders that have leveraged technology as a key tool to make significant reforms stick. Through these vivid case studies, Levin and Schrum illuminate a dynamic and complex set of lessons learned to help all school leaders undertake transformations of their schools.” —L. Michael Golden, CEO, Educurious

Focus

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Oxford and Harvard Universities , also demands the expansion of research facili -
ties at the School . A major focus of the research institute will be an HIV / Aids
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