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This discussion includes the sections listed below. To navigate through the discussion, use the links below to focus on the section of interest. � Since the beginnings of the principalship in American education, educators have struggled to define a distinctive role for the position. Theoreticians and analysts have repeatedly dissected the job and its place in the larger social and educational context, urging principals in one decade to be "bureaucratic executives" followed ten years later by "humanistic facilitator" and then "instructional leader" (Lynn Beck and Joseph Murphy 1993). Principals themselves ...
New approaches to aid over the last decade have transformed the lives of countless individuals struggling with poverty, battling disease, and seeking opportunities to build a better life. The onset of these new approaches has sparked a debate on reform and how the U.S. can build on them to make foreign assistance more accountable and effective for the people we are trying to help and the U.S. taxpayers who generously support it. To demonstrate principles of effective aid – and communicate what still needs to be done – MFAN canvassed its Partners to share cases in which a new, innovative ... Read More
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