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Principal Accomplishments: How School Leaders Succeed
ALPS Faculty Bookshelf
  • Thomas Bellamy, University of Washington - Bothell Campus
  • Connie L. Fulmer, University of Colorado Denver
  • Michael Murphy
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Responding to the increasing demands on school leadership, this timely book outlines a comprehensive model for re-organizing knowledge and guiding action to improve student learning. The authors take a fresh approach to the principalship by focusing on four accomplishment areas, creating sustainable goals, developing a strategic focus, practicing effective action, and building social and civic capital. They show why these accomplishments are important to a principal's success and how they can be achieved
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Bellamy, G. T., Fulmer, C. L., Murphy, M. J., & Muth, R. (2007). Principal accomplishments: How school leaders succeed. New York: Teachers College Press.