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In order for school librarians to continue to play a crucial role in improving student achievement, their leadership skills must be evident to administrators, teachers, students, and to the community. This book identifies the librarians' leadership role and provides ideas that will allow school library media specialists to utilize leadership skills in advocacy, collaboration, instruction, literature guidance, curriculum development, and professional growth. As librarians take a greater leadership role in the school improvement process, administrative leaders will rise up to take the advocacy role for school libraries.
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This collection of essays from library leaders includes real-life examples and practical leadership strategies that you can apply in your library today to become a stronger leader.About the Author:
Mary Lankford is the Texas Education Association assistant library director at Klein Oak High School in Spring, TX.
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Book Description Linworth, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1586831917