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|Title:||Three critical issues facing principals in contemporary K-12 educations in the United States|
Instructional leadership;K-12;Principal;Teacher preparation;Teacher quality;Teacher professional development;Teacher certification;Technology;Technology standard
|Issue Date:||2015-07-14 11:23:34 (UTC+8)|
Prior to the 1980s, the principal was perceived to be the most influential person in regard to school-wide instruction. The role of the principals has evolve from building manager to instructional/curriculum leader and now to technology leader. Based on The Principal’s Handbook 2001-2002, modern day principals face many issues and challenges. The purpose of this paper is to explore three critical issues facing principals in contemporary K-12 educations. The three critical issues are: 1) becoming an effective leader-instructional leader, 2) maintaining teacher quality, and 3) implementing technology to support learning. Moreover, related literature to each issue is reviewed and suggestions and strategies for principals are provided.
|Relation:||國立新竹師範學院初教學報, 8, 133-193|
|Appears in Collections:||[Department of Education] Periodical Articles|
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