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Falling school rolls and the management of the teaching profession

Falling school rolls and the management of the teaching profession

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Published by NFER-Nelson in Windsor, Berkshire .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • School attendance -- Great Britain.,
    • School supervision -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementKieron Walsh ... [et al.].
      ContributionsWalsh, Kieron.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC145.G7 F35 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination289 p. ;
      Number of Pages289
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2651432M
      ISBN 100700506632
      LC Control Number85233174

      leadership is foregrounded while management is marginalised, evident in Colin Powell’s remark that, “Leadership is the art of accomplishing more thanthe science of management says is possible” (Tobin, 1). Such a view appears to permeate the discussion of educational leadership, with a focus on styles such as. Each fall students return to school prepared for the start of another academic year, only to find that far too many of their teachers have not returned to the classroom with them. An estimated , men and women leave the field of teaching every year. More than , others change schools,File Size: KB.

      Change Management is a critical skill for leaders trying to innovate and improve their organizations. Fortunately, it is a skill that can be learned. Read More. Smart Thinking Summary. 16 PM. Learn how to improve your leadership thinking in this Smart Thinking summary of the book by psychologist Art Markman. Read More. A scathing indictment of America’s educational system. In this well-structured treatise, Tull (The Rise and Fall of the Unions’ Empire, ) gives an overview of what he sees as the sad state of affairs in American it, he offers a history of public education, a diagnosis of what he sees as its problems and “several choices to reverse the descending freefall.”Author: Steven Tull.

        (Arne Duncan at the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Annual Conference in Washington D.C. July 29) As a Nationally Board Certified teacher, I would like to see the teaching profession become more highly respected and understood, a profession where teachers are fairly compensated for the invaluable work we do every day. About the High School for Teaching and the Professions Located in the Bronx, the High School for Teaching and the Professions (X) is a high school with students in Grades 9– The school population is 32 percent black, 65 percent Hispanic, 1 percent white, and 2 percent Asian. The student body includes 17 percentFile Size: 1MB.


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