A review on educational leadership
Duncan Waite y Sarah Nelson.
The boards of directors are subject to strong political and contextual pressures that on one side, make difficult the practice of an instructional leadership and, on the other, head for a bureaucratic, managerial and perpetualizing development of its function. The situation is revised by means of resources and significant experts from so disparate locations as the United States of America, Finland, Russia or South Africa.
The paper also makes evident the role the main international journals about that field are playing, being one of them directed by one of this papers author.
Key Words: Instructional leadership, leadership’s situation, leadership’s resistance
- instructional leadership