Teachers Who Lead: The Rhetoric Of Reform And The Realities Of Practice Patricia A. Wasley

ISBN: 9780807731031

Published: January 1st 1991

Paperback

210 pages


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Teachers Who Lead: The Rhetoric Of Reform And The Realities Of Practice  by  Patricia A. Wasley

Teachers Who Lead: The Rhetoric Of Reform And The Realities Of Practice by Patricia A. Wasley
January 1st 1991 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 210 pages | ISBN: 9780807731031 | 8.39 Mb

One of the key tenets of educational reform is that excellent teachers should be given the opportunity to provide leadership for their colleagues. The question of how this is to be accomplished, however, moves this goal out of the realm of rhetoricMoreOne of the key tenets of educational reform is that excellent teachers should be given the opportunity to provide leadership for their colleagues. The question of how this is to be accomplished, however, moves this goal out of the realm of rhetoric and into that of practice.

The author of this book not only provides in-depth portraits of three outstanding teacher leaders, but examines their work in the context of the school systems within which they operate, and from the viewpoint of their fellow teachers. Her analysis of the dilemmas these teachers face, as well as the successes they experience, broadens the debate about reform by providing a realistic appraisal of working models.



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