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Collaborative Leadership

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    • Pride Is the First Step
      Collaborative leadership efforts at Pocomoke Middle School in Pocomoke City, MD, give teachers and students ways to be engaged.
      By James Rourke and Elizabeth Boone
    • Transforming Teacher Leadership: A Conversation with Douglas Reeves
      Douglas Reeves discusses implementing teacher leadership and avoiding the three Bs: blame, bureaucracy, and balony.
      By Patti Kinney
    • Voluntary Teacher Leadership: Key to Sustainable Improvement
      When teachers embrace the idea of leadership, it becomes much more than a top-down directive.
      By Wayne A. Hickman, Lynda C. Moore, and Tonya J. Torek
    • True Collaborative Leadership
      At C.D. Hylton Senior High School in Woodbridge, VA, Carolyn Custard has a Principal's Advisory Council composed of faculty, students, and parents that represent the school population and help to make sure the school is meeting the needs of the entire school family. 8/11/08, 10:47.
    • Tips for Principals
      Listening as Leadership
      By Chaim Feuerman
    • James Dierke on Leading an Urban Middle School
      What does it take to lead an inner-city middle school? Learn the keys to success firsthand from James Dierke, principal at Visitacion Valley Middle School in San Francisco, CA, and 2008 MetLife/NASSP National Middle Level Principal of the Year. Dierke is interviewed by Patti Kinney, principal of the NASSP National Center for Middle Level Leadership--and a former national principal of the year. 3/19/08, 21:32.
    • Leading Real and Lasting Change
      NASSP Associate Director for High School Services, Dr. Mel Riddile, introduces the newly released Breaking Ranks: A Field Guide for Leading Change. The 2006 MetLife/NASSP National High School Principal of the Year, Riddile offers key insights from his experience leading a high-minority, low-SES school to high achievement and eventual recognition as one of the first MetLife Foundation-NASSP Breakthrough Schools.