Excellence, Equity, and Efficiency: How Principals and Policymakers Can Survive the Triangle of Tension (Paperback)
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This book presents a 'Quality School Improvement' (QSI) framework for overcoming the conflict that exists between excellence, equity, and efficiency and provides recommendations for principals and policymakers to meet the demands for accountability and continuous improvement based upon that framework.
About the Author
Robert Hess is currently the principal at Pioneer School, a K-8 school of 500 students in Lebanon, Oregon and an adjunct professor at Oregon State University. He has spoken on a variety of school improvement topics throughout the state of Oregon, and is the founder of BreakthroughSchools.org a grassroots effort of networking among schools that are seeking extraordinary results for their students. For the past 17 years, he has served children as a teacher and administrator at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.