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A Framework for School Leadership Accomplishments: Perspectives on Knowledge, Practice, and Preparation for Principals
ALPS Faculty Publications
  • Thomas Bellamy, University of Washington - Bothell Campus
  • Connie Fulmer, University of Colorado Denver
  • Rodney Muth, University of Colorado Denver
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2003
Abstract
The Framework for School Leadership Accomplishments (FSLA) is designed to facilitate thinking about, developing, and implementing school outcomes that improve student learning. The FSLA at once provides a means to organize knowledge in educational administration, an approach to practice that frames what schools can do to improve student learning, and a way to think about reconceptualizing principal preparation. Additionally, the FSLA and the proposed annual case process facilitate codification of craft knowledge for dissemination and use across unique school settings and preparation programs.
Citation Information
Bellamy, G. T., Fulmer, C., Murphy, M., & Muth, R. (2003). A framework for school leadership accomplishments: Perspectives on knowledge, practice, and preparation for principals. Leadership and Policy in Schools, 2(4), 241-261.