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Changing the Way We Prepare Educational Leaders
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Changing the Way We Prepare Educational Leaders
The Danforth Experience



May 1993 | 264 pages | Corwin
Educational practitioners in America have become disillusioned with university preparation programmes that fail to prepare them for the realities of the workplace. This volume summarizes the knowledge gained from five of the programmes instigated by the Danforth Foundation in its efforts to stimulate new approaches to the training of educational leaders. The ramifications of what has been learned is discussed and an analysis of future issues for American schools is provided.

Donn W Gresso
Genesis of the Danforth Preparation Program for School Principals
Paula A Cordeiro et al
Taking Stock
Learnings Gleaned From Universities Participating in the Danforth Program

 
 
There Must Be a Better Way
University of Alabama

 
 
From a Minimal Program to the Renaissance
University of Central Florida

 
 
Out of the Jaws of Defeat
University of Connecticut

 
 
The Pied Piper Creates a Vision
California State University at Fresno

 
 
A Prize Winner Improves
University of Washington

 
 
Learnings Across the Terrain
Peter T Wilson
Pushing the Edge

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