Technology and School Leaders: Overdue Or Overload?
Journal of Thought, 2006, Spring, 41, 1
Journal of Thought
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Introduction In their review of the historical development of the school principalship, Beck and Murphy (1993) noted that, in the earliest days of American public education, the role of the campus leader was known popularly as the "principal teacher." This was an appropriate designation, given the fact that the individual school leader was most often the senior classroom teacher in a school who would typically be provided some release time from instruction to allow for the oversight of the building, grounds, instructional materials, and other resources that made up the educational environment for the pupils of the time. Symbolically, it was an ideal designation for a person whose responsibilities were focused primarily on instruction.
- Category: Education
- Published: Mar 22, 2006
- Publisher: Caddo Gap Press
- Seller: The Gale Group, Inc.
- Print Length: 22 Pages
- Language: English