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Report Series: Early Themes in Education Leadership
Part 8 of 14

Progress Being Made in Getting a Quality Leader in Every School

The Southern Regional Education Board assesses how far 16 states have come in producing high-quality principals.
July 2004
2 Black instructors standing in the front of a classroom with white boards
  • Author(s)
  • Gene Bottoms, Kathy O'Neill, Betty Fry, and Andrea Jacobson
  • Publisher(s)
  • Southern Regional Education Board
Page Count 27 pages


This report examines how 16 states have fared in producing principals who can improve student learning. In assessing the efforts, the Southern Regional Education Board asks states to consider questions including whether programs are training aspiring leaders who show promise and whether licensing standards reflect their ability to do the work.

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