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Building A New Structure for School Leadership

In this essay, Elmore sets forth a novel vision for school leadership that would not reside with individuals, but would... see more
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Author: Elizabeth Gehrman, Usable Knowledge
Date Added: Jun 21, 2007 Date Modified: Apr 07, 2014
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What Community College Management Practices Are Effective in Promoting Student Access? A Study of High-and-Low-Impact Institutions

This study, conducted by the Community College Resource Center (CCRC), identifies community college management practices that... see more
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Author: Davis Jenkins, ERIC-Educational Resources Information Center Community College Research Center-Columbia University
Date Added: Jun 12, 2007 Date Modified: Apr 07, 2014
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