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Looking ahead: Governance and the role of leadership

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): Hibbard, Susan;
Date Issued: 2015
Publisher(s): Teachers College Press
Description: This chapter initiates a discussion of the relationships between governance, systemic advances in early childhood, and systems-building leadership. As will be illustrated, vision and leadership are necessary components for any governance system to thrive and have lasting impact. (author abstract)
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Editor(s): Kagan, Sharon Lynn; Gomez, Rebecca E.
Source: In S. Kagan & R. Gomez (Eds.), Early childhood governance: Choices and consequences (pp. 153-164). New York: Teachers College Press
Topics: Policies > Child Care & Early Education Policies
ISBN: 978-0-8077-7365-9  : Unspecified , 978-0-8077-5630-0  : Paperback , 978-0-8077-5631-7  : Hardcover
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