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Programs Leadership in the Absence of Formal Succession Management Tapping the Principal Pipeline : Identifying Talent for Future School

  title={Programs Leadership in the Absence of Formal Succession Management Tapping the Principal Pipeline : Identifying Talent for Future School},
  author={J. Myung and S. Loeb and E. Horng},
Purpose: In light of the difficulty many districts face finding quality principal candidates, this article explores an informal recruitment mechanism of teachers to become principals, which the authors call tapping. The authors assess the extent to which current teachers are being approached by school leaders to consider leadership and whether this tapping prompts these teachers to consider pursuing leadership positions. Research Design: This study uses survey and administrative data on… Expand

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