The School Leadership Triangle: From Compliance to Innovation
Education leaders must be responsive to federal policy mandates, but compliance alone will not guarantee continuous school improvement. Leaders must create conditions that foster innovative solutions to perennial problems and engage all educators in systemic reform.
The School Leadership Triangle sharpens the reader’s understanding of why and how our education system must change. Paul Kimmelman, Ed.D., creates a framework for promoting the conditions that foster real innovation. This process had not previously been described and fully applied to education. This book
- Provides a rare glimpse into the thought processes of legislators and policymakers who wrote the current provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 2001, commonly called the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act.
- Includes contemporary thinking on how leaders can distribute leadership throughout a school or district.
- Focuses on the critical role of innovation in creating successful reform efforts.