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Report Series: Early Themes in Education Leadership
Part 10 of 14

Schools Can’t Wait

Accelerating the Redesign of University Principal Preparation Programs

The Southern Regional Education Board examines how states can take a more active role in improving university training programs for school leaders.
May 2006
3 white female teachers standing in a school in front of lockers
  • Author(s)
  • Betty Fry, Kathy O'Neill, and Gene Bottoms
  • Publisher(s)
  • Southern Regional Education Board
Page Count 96 pages


Arguing that states have displayed “a lack of urgency” in pressing universities to improve how they train future principals, this Southern Regional Education Board report gives mediocre grades to 22 universities—while also offering an action plan for states to pick up the pace.

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