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September 2007 | Volume 65 | Number 1

Teachers as Leaders

Feature Articles

Overcoming the Obstacles to Leadership

Susan Moore Johnson and Morgaen L. Donaldson

Teachers seeking leadership struggle with a culture that promotes both egalitarianism and deference to seniority.

The Many Faces of Leadership

Charlotte Danielson

Leadership need not look like administration to extend beyond the classroom.

Short on Power, Long on Responsibility

Richard M. Ingersoll

To make accountability work, give teachers the authority they need.

What Do Teachers Bring to Leadership?

Gordon A. Donaldson Jr.

Relationship building is the teacher's key asset.

How to Talk So Teachers Listen

Laura Lipton and Bruce Wellman

Tips for starting and sustaining crucial conversations.

Asking the Right Questions

Casey Reason and Lisa Reason

How to help faculties put their energies into positive change.

Teachers, Writers, Leaders

Ann Lieberman and Linda Friedrich

Teachers in the National Writing Project harness writing power.

Lessons from Networking

Barnett Berry, John Norton and Ann Byrd

The Teacher Leaders Network invites 300 accomplished teachers to bond together in an electronic learning community.

Turning Good Teachers into Great Leaders

Terry Knecht Dozier

A survey shows what teachers want in the way of support from coworkers and supervisors.

Real Principals Listen

Eric Glover

One principal's story of walking the talk of shared leadership.

Will You Help Me Lead?

Carolann Wade and Bill Ferriter

Two teachers reflect on how colleagues boosted their confidence as leaders.

To Help and Not Hinder

Heather Lattimer

What school qualities contribute most to teacher growth?

Ten Roles for Teacher Leaders

Cindy Harrison and Joellen Killion

From instructional specialist to committee chair, teachers in these roles can change the status quo.


Readers' Round Table / Voices of Leadership

Maureen Cullen, Megan Ewing, Kathie Marshall and Mary Rice

Readers tell us about their leadership experiences.

Best of the Blog

Laura Varlas


Change From Within

Kimberly Atkins and Michelle Rossi

How a school turned itself around, thanks to its on-site experts working together.