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The personal and professional selves of teachers: stable and unstable identities
In much educational literature it is recognised that the broader social conditions in which teachers live and work, and the personal and professional elements of teachers' lives, experiences, beliefs
Successful School Leadership: What It Is and How It Influences Pupil Learning
The views expressed in this report are the authors' and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department for Education and Skills. important perspective to this international review. 5 Rationale
The Impact of Leadership on Student Outcomes
Purpose: This article illustrates how successful leaders combine the too often dichotomized practices of transformational and instructional leadership in different ways across different phases of
The dynamics of educational effectiveness: a contribution to policy, practice and theory in contemporary schools
There is much to recommend in this ambitious and important contribution to the development of thinking in the school effectiveness and school improvement (SESI) fields. The authors are leading
Key Characteristics of Effective Schools: a Review of School Effectiveness Research
MF01/PCO2 Plus Postage. *Academic Achievement; Cognitive Processes; *Educational Environment; Effective Schools Research; Elementary Secondary Education; Foreign Countries; *Institutional
Teachers Matter: Connecting Work, Lives And Effectiveness
"Teachers Matter" offers the most definitive portrait of teachers' lives and work to date. At a time when teaching standards are high on the political and social agenda, the quality and commitment of
Educational effectiveness research (EER): a state-of-the-art review
Research and scholarship into educational effectiveness research (EER) is comprehensively reviewed from the UK, The Netherlands, the US, Cyprus, Belgium, Sweden, France, Germany, New Zealand,
Distributed leadership and organizational change: Reviewing the evidence
This article explores the relationship between distributed leadership and organizational change. It draws upon the existing literature to consider whether distributed forms of leadership influence