How Preparation Influences School Leaders and Their School Improvement: Comparing Exemplary and Conventionally Prepared Principals

Measures effective leadership preparation. Examines the relationship to what principals learn about leadership, their leadership practices, and school improvement progress and improved school climate (particularly for academic press and continuous improvement).

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Stanford Educational Leadership Institute, The Finance Project
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