The SAGE Guide to Educational Leadership and Management by Fenwick W. English

By Fenwick W. English

The SAGE advisor to academic management and Management allows readers to achieve wisdom of academic administration in perform whereas delivering insights into demanding situations dealing with academic leaders and the techniques, abilities, and strategies had to improve administrative functionality. This consultant emphasizes the $64000 abilities that potent leaders needs to enhance and refine, together with conversation, constructing groups, training and motivating, and dealing with time and priorities. whereas being short, easily written, and a hugely sensible evaluation for many who are new to this box, this reference consultant will mix perform and study, point out present concerns and instructions, and offerings that must be made.

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  • 30 short, signed chapters are geared up in 10 thematic components in a single quantity on hand in a call of digital or print codecs designed to let easy accessibility to simple information.
  • Selective bins improve and aid the narrative chapters with case examples of powerful management in action.
  • Chapters finish with bibliographic endnotes and references to extra readings to lead scholars to extra in-depth shows in different released sources.
  • Back topic contains an annotated directory of enterprises, institutions, and journals thinking about academic management and management and a close index.

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Additionally, she has nine years of experience teaching. Her doctorate of education in educational leadership was earned from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She completed her master’s in education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Her most recent scholarly article on effective teachers of African American and Latino high school students was “Inside Our World: How Administrators Can Improve Schools by Learning From the Experiences of African American and Latino High School Students,” in the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) Education Leadership Review Special Issue (2013),14(2), 28–40.

Jeffrey E. Uhlenberg currently serves as an elementary school principal in Greensboro, North Carolina. He has also been a middle school principal and assistant principal, and an elementary and middle school teacher. Uhlenberg holds masters’ degrees in school administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and in elementary education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Uhlenberg coauthored an article titled “Racial Gap in Teachers’ Perceptions of the Achievement Gap” published in Education and Urban Society (2002).

Her work with teachers and administrators to support the survivors of devastating typhoons in the Philippines has provided opportunities for mutual understanding and professional development in a cross-cultural setting. Janelle Scott is an associate professor at the University of California at Berkeley in the Graduate School of Education and African American Studies Department. A former elementary school teacher, her research explores the relationship between education, policy, and equality of opportunity through three policy strands: (a) the racial politics of public education; (b) the politics of school choice, marketization, and privatization; and (c) the role of elite and community-based advocacy in shaping public education.

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