SYSTEMIC CHANGE: FUNCTIONS OF THE CENTRAL OFFICE SUPERVISOR THAT SUPPORT INCREASED ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS

@inproceedings{Cobb2010SYSTEMICCF,
  title={SYSTEMIC CHANGE: FUNCTIONS OF THE CENTRAL OFFICE SUPERVISOR THAT SUPPORT INCREASED ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS},
  author={Terri Rogers Cobb},
  year={2010}
}
A detailed review of the history of education documented the role of the central office supervisor as being overlooked as a contributing factor to increased student achievement. The emerging research warns that improvements in student achievement will fail to reach the majority of the schools and can rarely be sustained without substantial involvement from the central office. Utilizing a synthesis of the current research, a theoretical framework and related survey instrument addressing current… CONTINUE READING

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