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Principals across the county are hopeful to implement creative solutions to problems facing their increasingly diverse student population. A recent Wallace Foundation described two distinct leadership styles – transformer and copers. Transformers focus on creating an environment of learning and copers struggle to avoid being overwhelmed by the increasing challenges at their school. University professors and policy makers are urged to join the discussion regarding future school leadership so as to combat the punitive nature of the underfunded No Child Left Behind Act.
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