Networking for the Nuts and Bolts: The Ironies of Professional Development for Rural Principals.

  title={Networking for the Nuts and Bolts: The Ironies of Professional Development for Rural Principals.},
  author={Aimee Howley and Kristine Chadwick and Caitlin Howley},
  • Aimee Howley, Kristine Chadwick, Caitlin Howley
  • Published 2002
Earlv-career rural principals IIIay 1I1l1' i ' more pronounced needs for pmfe.nional development than ' heir suburban und 11r/1II1l cuumerparts. due in pan to geograph ic isolation from peers and other resources I.J.nJ the need to aHU11le more varied roles than pri ncipals in other locales. 111i5 SImi)' explores such needs and summarizes evaluation of the Southeastern R('g;o/1 C11 Principals ' Academy, a profevsionol development initiative for new p rincip als in rural Appalachian Ohio… CONTINUE READING

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