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The Four Elememts of Trust

@inproceedings{Vodicka2006TheFE,
  title={The Four Elememts of Trust},
  author={D. Vodicka},
  year={2006}
}
4 T HE COMPLEXITY OF EFFECTIVE SCHOOL LEADERSHIP makes it challenging to distinguish any single essential feature. For example, Cotton (2003) identifi es 26 key strategies that principals can implement to improve student achievement. Th e general literature on leadership is similarly diverse. School leaders are constantly being given direction and suggestions for how to best improve their leadership practice, parent and community involvement, staff morale, school eff ectiveness, and student… Expand

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