Democratic leadership for school improvement in challenging contexts

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Harris, A.; Chapman, C.;
  • Publisher: Thompson Rivers University

There is a great deal of contemporary interest in improving schools in challenging contexts. However, there are relatively few research studies that have focused exclusively upon successful leadership practices in such schools. This article outlines the findings from a ... View more
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