CASE STUDY 17: TENURE IS NOT THE PROBLEM … WE ARE!
This chapter presents a complex, real-life, accessible case study in expecting the best to provoke and stimulate conversation around practical problems and alternative solutions that confront educational leaders today. These cases cover a wide range of topics, including: teacher evaluations, educational reforms, school safety, cultural differences, undocumented students, and social media. It provides students with snapshots of the day-to-day issues that educational administrators face. Each case study ends with explicit questions that direct students on interpretation. The chapter talks about retirement concept of a school superintendent. The organization and unique approach of Educational Leadership in Action allows for flexible use in courses for aspiring leaders to supplement core readings, reinforce central concepts, exemplify theory, and provide grounded examples to encourage learning. This essential compendium of cases prepares future leaders to frame problems, identify solutions, and develop strategies to meet the multiple challenges and competing demands in rapidly changing education contexts.
Educational Leadership in Action: A Casebook for Aspiring Educational Leaders
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King, Kenneth D., "CASE STUDY 17: TENURE IS NOT THE PROBLEM … WE ARE!" (2015). Kean Publications. 1895.