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Living Headship Voices, Values and Vision by Harry Tomlinson
  

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Living Headship Voices, Values and Vision by Harry Tomlinson

`The book has a wide appeal to existing heads, aspiring heads, lecturers and writers about headship. The contributors to this book have lifted the curtain on the realities of headships and, in the process, have added to our understanding of what school leadership is all about these days' - Managing Schools Today Practitioners and trainers understand how vitally important school leadership is to the practice of headship. Living Headship presents the experiences of successful heads working in primary and secondary schools. We hear in their accounts the authentic voices of heads determined to ensure that their leadership enhances the performance of their schools. Some have been in post for many years, and have been able to implement and sustain and reconsider their vision. Others have moved into schools with difficulties and brought them out of special measures. All demonstrate a profound commitment to the education of children and a determination to find ways to take their schools forward. Many of the chapters are underpinned by research, and all are based on a rigorous consideration of particular issues. To set these analyses in context, the editors present an essential, in-depth history of the conceptualization of headship. The deep commitment to learning and the challenge presented here, make this book essential reading for practitioners, trainers and all concerned about the future of education.

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This books provides valuable insight into how vision is formulated, shared and related to strategic planning. Most contributors demonstrate clearly how school-based research can underpin good practice. -- David Gentle, Principal * Early Years, Vol. 21, No. 1, 2001 * `The book has a wide appeal to existing heads, aspiring heads, lecturers and writers about headship. The contributors to this book have lifted the curtain on the realities of headships and, in the process, have added to our understanding of what school leadership is all about these days' - Managing Schools Today


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Book Info

Publication date

10th August 1999

Author

Harry Tomlinson

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Publisher

SAGE Publications Inc

Format

Hardback
208 pages

Categories

Organization & management of education
Primary & middle schools
Secondary schools

ISBN

9780761963813

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