Theory and Research in Educational Administration
Wayne K. Hoy, Cecil G. Miskel
IAP, 2002 - Education - 202 pages
This text covers such topics as: organizational learning in high-stakes accountability environments; bridging and buffering parent involvement in schools; alternative views of the task of teaching; and collective efficacy and school organization.
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