Teachers and Difficult School Environments
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This paper explores the concepts of reformism and the leadership approach for teachers who work in difficutl school environments. The paper explains that leadership for principals and teachers is a guiding concept of what is known as reformism in North American education. Inner city schools are fine environments in which educators have experimented with new regimes of leadership stressing principals and motivated teachers who work with students towards a vision of improvement. School administrations making leaders responsible for individual schools note that the leadership approach is often successful, and where nothing else has proved successful in the past; refs US, UK and Canadian contexts.
From the Paper:"Amid troubles of changing school environments, marginalized youth and uncertain predictions for the future of education, a focus on developing educational leadership can provide teachers with new motivation in creating best possible classroom and learning experiences. This paper examines educational leadership as it now pursued in the English-speaking world in relation to often trying school environments and difficult student bodies. One finds that some approaches are old-fashioned; all demand strong efforts on the part of teachers who can find inspiration ..."
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