Archive | March, 2014

Leadership – Distinction between Change and Transition

Wednesday, March 5, 2014


by Charles W. Bindig, Ed.D.


A curious effect occurs in school districts with the all too frequent arrival of a new chief school administrator (CSA), who more often than not, has identified that his/her hiring is a mandate for change. This potentially faulty assumption is based on suspect evidence that the board of education demands change, and that the staff and parents are agree with this notion.

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