|Susan Sullivan||The College of Staten Island, CUNY|
|Jeffrey Glanz||Yeshiva University|
|© 2006||200 pages||7" x 10"|
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Establish collaborative learning communities that foster high academic standards!
Today’s school leaders face a difficult reality: the pressure to meet national standards often eclipses the pursuit of additional academic goals. This groundbreaking text seeks to remedy this conflict by enabling practicing and prospective school leaders to build collaborative, constructive environments that not only help schools achieve national standards, but also help the school community realize high academic standards.
Sullivan and Glanz put forth a conceptual framework centered on modeling reflective practice. This framework and the authors’ suggested strategies and techniques provide school leaders with:
Discover the techniques that foster collaborative learning communities in which all members of the school community advance high academic standards.
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