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NCPEA Handbook of Online Instruction and Programs in Education Leadership

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Textbook by: National Council of Professors of Educational Administration. E-mail the author

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Summary: This Handbook is a Collection of individual chapters written by professors and practitioners in education leadership. Each chapter is published as an individual Connexions module and republished in the Handbook to be used by education leaders and the education community at large.

Institution: National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) and NCPEA Publications

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This collection contains: Modules by: Ann W. Davis, Beverly J. Irby, Brad E. Bizzell, Carl Lashley, Carol A. Mullen, Carolyn Rogers, Cindy Cummings, Craig H. Jones, Diane Mason, Douglas M. DeWitt, Frederick Buskey, Gary E. Martin, James E. Berry, Janet Tareilo, Jessica Papa, Jody Isernhagen, John R. Slate, John Shinsky, Kaye Shelton, Kim Kappler Hewitt, L. Kay Abernathy, Lane Mills, Lloyd Goldsmith, Lyndsay Agans, Madelyn Isaacs, Marjorie Ringler, Mark Weber, Marlena S. Bravender, Melissa McIntyre, Michael Jazzar, National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, Paul Watkins, Pauline Sampson, Rafael Lara-Alecio, Randy St.Clair, Robert Thiede, Rosemary Papa, Russell A. Sabella, Ruth Ann Roberts, Samuel Smith, Sandra Harris, Sheryl Abshire, Susan Asselin, Susan Korach, Theodore B. Creighton, Thomas Valesky, Tod Allen Farmer, Xinyu Liu.

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