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Quantum Leaps in School Leadership

Education and Study aids


by
Perry R. Rettig

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 176 pages

File size: 1.8 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

This book theorizes that models based on the classical sciences have misguided educational leadership. Dr. Rettig sees the open dynamics of twentieth-century science-specifically, quantum mechanics – as a better and more natural model, and describes what he sees as a method of leadership light years beyond those of today. Dr. Rettig illustrates his critique of the contemporary school administration structure with the story of Leslie O’Connor, a fictional administrator, who makes her way through familiar-seeming training techniques. For anyone interested in the organization and administration of school systems, this book provides an original and compelling perspective.

This book theorizes that models based on the classical sciences have misguided educational leadership. Dr. Rettig sees the open dynamics of twentieth-century science-specifically, quantum mechanics – as a better and more natural model, and describes what he sees as a method of leadership light years beyond those of today. Dr. Rettig illustrates his critique of the contemporary school administration structure with the story of Leslie O’Connor, a fictional administrator,… (more)

This book theorizes that models based on the classical sciences have misguided educational leadership. Dr. Rettig sees the open dynamics of twentieth-century science-specifically, quantum mechanics – as a better and more natural model, and describes what he sees as a method of leadership light years beyond those of today. Dr. Rettig illustrates his critique of the contemporary school administration structure with the story of Leslie O’Connor, a fictional administrator, who makes her way through familiar-seeming training techniques. For anyone interested in the organization and administration of school systems, this book provides an original and compelling perspective.

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