PROBLEMS OF PRACTICE: CANADIAN CASES IN LEADERSHIP AND POLIC
This special issue is dedicated to case teaching in the Canadian context. It features a case study approach that is designed to help those who train aspiring and current administrators. Written by academics, graduate students, principals, higher education instructors, and education consultants, the cases are intended to be employed by program developers, trainers of leaders, and university instructors to assist education leaders to interrogatetheir leadership practices, develop new leadership skills and knowledge, and consider alternative practices, solutions, and possibilities to current problems of practice.
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