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The development of the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) Standards, now the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (PSEL), has served as a catalyst to propel the profession toward an improved state of practice. Subsequently, the development of the Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC) Standards, now the National Educational Leadership Preparation (NELP)...
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The work of school leaders is critical in this era, and there is heightened attention on the roles of the leaders as linked to student achievement and school improvement; school culture and climate; and the variables that impact achievement, improvement, culture, and climate. The demands on school leaders have significantly changed. About a decade ago, the Southern Educational Regional Board...
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I acknowledge God for His sovereignty as God and for keeping my soul. I am grateful for the royal inheritance as a believer. I have been supported by many family members, colleagues, and a very dedicated graduate student: Victoria Rodriguez. My parents Dr. Lloyd Jones and the late Marion Jones provide constant love and support; my siblings—Lloyd III (Patsy), Lenette (Buddy), and Lorann...
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Vision Resources—http://teaching.about.com/od/admin/ss/Educational-Leadership-Philosophy.htm and...
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Standard 4 of PSEL: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment and Standard 5 of PSEL: Community of Care and Support for Students are referred to as the “core” for school leaders.
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Standard 6 of PSEL has nine elements. Standard 6 is Professional Capacity of School Personnel and is described as effective leaders developing professional capacity and practice of school personnel to promote each student’s academic success.
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In this concluding chapter, there are two excerpts from previous publications that are most appropriate to address the question imposed in the title from the perspective of the discussions throughout the book pertinent to leadership standards and the most...
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Leslie Jones is the primary author of A Guide to Data Driven Leadership; the first and second editions of Passing the Leadership Test; editor of both editions of The Relevance of Instructional Leadership; and contributing author to All Children Can Learn and Raising Test Scores for All Students. In addition, she has written numerous articles. Leslie...
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