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Presentation
The complex and necessary role of district leadership in reform
University Council for Educational Administration
  • Andrea K. Rorrer, University of Utah
  • Meredith Honig, University of Maryland
  • Enrique Aleman, University of Utah
  • Linda E. Skrla, Texas A&M University
Document Type
Conference Presentation
Location
Nashville, TN
Conference Dates
November 10-13, 2005
Date of Presentation
11-13-2005
Disciplines
Abstract
The participants in this symposium examine the role of the district leadership within multiple contexts, including small schools initiatives, and school finance and accountability reform. As these authors illustrate, the district’s role in reform is complex and a necessary element of change, particularly those changes directed at achieving educational equity in public schooling and promoting social justice.
Citation Information
Andrea K. Rorrer, Meredith Honig, Enrique Aleman and Linda E. Skrla. "The complex and necessary role of district leadership in reform" University Council for Educational Administration (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/linda-skrla/127/