What makes a good leader? Does good leadership matter in helping schools be more successful? . Thomas J. Sergiovanni is Lillian Radford Professor of Education and Administration and Senior Fellow, Center for Educational Leadership at Trinity University, San Antonio.
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Educational Leadership). Sergiovanni believes education must develop its own theories and practices based on what schools are trying to do and the kinds of people schools serve. RecommAnded for all levels of readers. The first book I've seen in years that provides an authentic organization for our schools-one reflecting their core purposes, functions, and rhythms. Reading this book will make educators feel they have come home to familiar land and can still build anew from there