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What They Don’t Tell You in Schools of Education About School Administration (Чого не розказують у педагогічних вузах про керівництво школою)
Автори John A. Black, Ph.D., Fenwick W. English, Ph.D.
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This is a passionate, no-nonsense book on school administration by two experienced public school administrators. Its style is light, often witty. Its message substantial: improving school leadership in a world of power, personalities, and politics. It strips off the scholarly mantle and shows how schools and school systems really run and what it takes to be effective.
No attempt has been made to find an artificial balance between topics or viewpoints. The authors have been hired and fired. They speak to the issues directly. Their book is long on practice, short on theory. Its honesty will surprise and sometimes sting. Experienced school administrators will shake their heads in agreement and laugh often at the way it is. Neophytes can save themselves and others a lot of trouble by finding out what’s in store for them in the game of school administration.
Topics not in the textbooks are here: budgets, unions, hiring, firing, PTAs, custodians, discrimination, school boards, secretaries, resumes, local allies, rivals, news reporters, book burners, and critics – what every administrator from building- to district-level will encounter.
The most hard-hitting volume on school administration you’ll ever read, this book will undoubtedly be the most enjoyable as well. Margaret Mead once remarked, “Life in the twentieth century is like a parachute jump. You have to get it right the first time.” This book will help you get it right…