Over the last decade a great deal of effort has been put into documenting the positive and negative influences of leaders upon school cultures and performance (Andrews, 2002; Buffum a Hinman, 2006). Experience and research in the field have concluded beyond argument that schools working collaboratively as professional learning communities enjoy success, as do their students. However since some schools enjoyed greater success than others in this regard, further research was needed to seek causes and indications for the relative successes and failures in PLCs.no job description or set of legal guidelines for principals had been established. ... examine students, purchase resources such as books, and control building maintenance, were raised in the jostling for ... building with no supervisory responsibilities, in the neighboring city a principal may have played a more active role inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Principal Leadership in the Effective Elementary School Professional Learning Community: A Multiple Case Study|
|Author||:||Amy Ashley Berdos|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2009|