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Leading to Improve Teacher Effectiveness: Implications for Practice, Reform, Research, and Policy

Deshler, D.D., & Cornett, J. (2012). Leading to improve teacher effectiveness: Implications for practice, reform, research, and policy. In Crockett, J.B., Billingsley, B.S., & Boscardin, M.L. (Eds.), Handbook of Leadership and Administration for Special Education, pp. 239-259. New York: Routledge.

Topic: Instructional Coaching  Topic: Response to Intervention  Topic: School Improvement
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: This chapter considers professional learning and systems of support for teachers; organizational supports provided by district administrators and school leaders; and the meaning of high-quality instruction for every child.

 

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