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Document Number: 4136

Finding and Creating New Education Leaders MS Word - Under the No Child Left Behind Act, by 2014 100% of U.S. students must be proficient in reading, writing and math. To reach this goal, governors, legislatures, state boards of education, state education department officials, district superintendents, school boards and principals must be, and must create, effective leaders. This article identifies policy strategies states are using to address the need for such leaders, including developing state-supported database systems to track potential leaders and creating principal and superintendent standards and aligning preparation programs with these standards. (Katy Anthes, State Education Leader, Education Commission of the States, Fall 2002)...
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