Speaking Out: When to Lead, When to Learn
The premise that great schools have great leaders can lead to a vision of the principal as a heroic leader working alone to save the day. Yet, the notion of a principal leading in isolation is outdated, and the need for effective leaders has never been more pressing. Today’s schools must serve an increasingly diverse student body in an era of high-stakes accountability with rigorous standards, utilizing technology that is expanding exponentially while preparing students to be ready for jobs that haven’t been invented.
Reimer, Tracy Lynn, "Speaking Out: When to Lead, When to Learn" (2017). Graduate School Faculty Publications. 2.