The instructional leadership tasks of high school assistant principals
Examines the complex and varied instructional leadership tasks of high school assistant principals and factors that enhance or restrict the enactment of these tasks. Research on the assistant principal is not extensive and that on the assistant principal as an instructional leader is virtually non-existent. It has been one of the main purposes of this study to investigate the instructional leadership roles of the assistant principal and to expand the information to the field of educational administration and research. The findings from this study would be particularly beneficial to practising secondary school administrators in designing a better job description for their assistant principals or in making a decision as to whether their students might be better served by the addition of an assistant principal.
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