K-12 Leadership in Urban School Settings
Define "urban education." The school's four themes: accountability, diversity, leadership, and learning.
In order to extend education and train nearly 50 million students to become useful elements of our society, Americans depend on public schools. But, several of our public schools, especially the ones located in our Great Cities experience major challenges. (Council of the Great City Schools) 'Urban Education' could thus be considered as schools operating in the urban centers of the Cities. Let us first of all understand the urban school's four themes: accountability, diversity, leadership, and learning.
The two biggest reactions to the demand for responsibilities in public education are bureaucratic and occupational responsibility. Bureaucratic responsibility pertains to the responsibility of schools to the different strata of supervision for performance of pupils; occupational responsibility pertains to the responsibility of employees of the educational institutions in meeting their academic jobs. These...
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