Leadership in Reading

Massey, Susan L.
June 2012
Illinois Reading Council Journal;Summer2012, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p65
The article focuses on literacy leadership in schools, particularly the literacy leadership team members and their roles in a diversified leadership context. It says that the principal interprets the state and district policies. It states that a literacy coach collaborates with teachers to create instructional strategies. It also mentions that teachers conduct the assessment of student achievement and designing the learning opportunities.


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