Implementation  book cover
1st Edition


ISBN 9781883001537
Published March 2, 1998 by Routledge
178 Pages

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Book Description

This book shows school leaders how to put programs and change efforts into action; facilitate and coordinate tasks; monitor progress; and support those responsible for carrying out projects and plans.

Table of Contents

- An Introduction to Implementation
- Making Things Happen
- Putting Programs and Change Efforts into Action
- Facilitating Coordination and Collaboration of Tasks
- Monitoring Implementation
- Supporting Those Responsible for Implementation
- Closing With a Few Brief Reflections
- References

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Anita M. Pankake Texas A & M University-Commerce Commerce, Texas,
Dr. Anita M. Pankake, a former teacher, team leader, assistant principal, and principal, is currently a Professor of Educational Administration at Texas A & M University-Commerce. Dr. Pankake holds an undergraduate and a master's degree from Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana, and her doctorate from Loyola University-Chicago. She has published in the Journal of Staff Development, Educational Considerations, People and Education, NASSP Bulletin, Educational Horizons, and other professional journals. She has given numerous speeches and presented a variety of workshops focused on change and school improvement issues. She is an active member of several national professional associations including Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development and the National Staff Development Council and she is a member of the governing boards for the Texas Staff Development Council and the Texas Council of Women School Executives.