Students’ Reflective Journals: National Standards for School Leaders and University Preparation Programs
Academic Leadership - Online Journal,
Vol. 3 No. 3 (2002): Vol-3-Issue-3-March-2002
The last twenty years have been characterized by a major reform movement in the field of education.
Leadership issues were given center stage as the tool by which meaningful reform can come to fruition
(Council of Chief State School Officers 1996). National Council for Accreditation for Teacher
Educators (NCATE) required that all universities align their programs with a set of standards that will
ensure that their educational leadership graduates possess the appropriate knowledge, skills, and
performances necessary for the 21st Century schools (Greighton 2002).
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