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CREDITING THE PAST, CHALLENGING THE PRESENT, CREATING THE FUTURE

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

Summary: Nationally recognized experts in the field of educational leadership and administration contribute to this book, with chapters focused on the past, present, and future of the preparation of our nation's school leaders. Every field of professional practice must periodically reflect on its past, assess current conditions, and chart a course for the future. This book is designed to stimulate thinking and action for the field of educational leadership. The authors portray historical achievements and short comings, describe what is transpiring now, and explore implications of current developments.

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This module has been peer-reviewed, accepted, and sanctioned by the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) as a significant contribution to the scholarship and practice in educational administration. In addition to publication in the Connexions Content Commons, this module is published in the International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation. and available as a Print on Demand copy.

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Prologue

Martha McCarthy

CREDITING THE PAST

The Discipline of Education Administration: Crediting the Past

Rosemary Papa

The Standards Movements in Educational Administration: A Quest for Respect

John Hoyle

Reflections:Crediting the Past

Betty Alford

CHALLENGING THE PRESENT

Drama in Education administration: A Farce or a Morality Play?

Charles Achilles

Educational Leadership for Sale: Social justice, the ISLLC Standards, and the Corporate Assault on Public Schools

Fenwick W.English

CREATING THE FUTURE

Strengthening Research on the Preparation of School Leaders

Joseph Murphy

The Future is Now

Robert Beach and James Berry

Taking Back Our Profession: Revisited

Theodore Creighton and Michelle Young

Epilogue: The Intersection of Past, Present and Future

James Smith

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