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Following Your Mother's Advice - BE NICE

Following Your Mother's Advice - BE NICE  The Leadership Principles of Being N. I. I. I. C. E.      There is much talk among school leaders today about preparing our students to be 21st century learners.  If that is so, then we should also prepare our school administrators to be 21st century school leaders.  As a result of my prior experience and much thought, I want to offer this model for effective 21st century Leaders to follow.  Take your mother’s advice and be N.I.I.I.C.E.          N.  …See More
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Following Your Mother's Advice - BE NICE

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Following Your Mother's Advice - BE NICE

 

 The Leadership Principles of Being N. I. I. I. C. E.

 

     There is much talk among school leaders today about preparing our students to be 21st century learners.  If that is so, then we should also prepare our school administrators to be 21st century school leaders.  As a result of my prior…

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