Vision and Values: What Works? First of a Four-Part Series on Promoting Clinical Educational Excellence in Schools

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Secord, W. (2007, April 17). The ASHA Leader.

The role of the speech- language pathologist is critical to the success of any school, and in a leadership role, this professional brings a rich background of experiences, skills, and vision to school-based practice. Leadership has many characteristics, but good schools are created and guided by teamwork, values, and a vision for excellence and change. This four-part leadership forum will explore the components of effective school-based practice and take a critical look at how vision and values combine to fuel instructional leadership and promote clinical and educational excellence in the schools.

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