Description - Case Studies in 21st Century School Administration by David L. Gray
'I would adopt Case Studies in 21st Century School Administration for use in my course because of its relevancy and appropriateness in depth and breadth' - Olusegun A. Sogunro, Central Connecticut State University
'The cases are good for in-class use. The length of these cases makes it easy to assign them to be read during class' - Roger Shouse, The Pennsylvania State University
'Case Studies in 21st Century School Administration is concise and readable. The authors have presented important issues that future administrators should consider' - Rodney Davis, Troy University Dothan Campus
Case Studies in 21st Century School Administration presents real-life case studies portraying the challenges that today's school leaders face, including issues of diversity, school improvement, and limited resources. Authors David Gray and Agnes Smith give prospective school leaders opportunities to practice resolving complex issues in primary and secondary school settings through reflective questions, activities and authentic assessment tools for skill development.
This is an excellent supplemental text for graduate courses in both educational leadership and administration.
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Author Biography - David L. Gray
David Gray is Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Foundations at The University of South Alabama. A former teacher and school principal, he teaches a number of courses in the educational administration and leadership areas. He has published extensively in journals and is a contributor to Developing the Effective Teacher: Hiring, Evaluation, and Retention Practices for the School Administrator (Aspen Publishers). Agnes Smith is Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Foundations at The University of South Alabama. She has published widely in education journals. She is a former teacher and school principal.