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Commissioner of education) and William H. Payne (writer, professor, and Michigan superintendent). 19 What set Harris and Payne apart from the pack, however, were their philosophical leanings (Harris was the leading Hegelian of his time) and their genuine search for meaning. 20 Hence, they attended no courses, received no credits, and applied for no licenses in educational administration. The One Best Model was the furthest thing from their minds. These early school leaders were practical men (concerned about finding enough teachers, books, classrooms, and pupils) as well as lofty, idealistic, noble philosophers seeking the inner meaning of education and pedagogy.

The training was practical, applied, and direct. Still missingto come in later phaseswas a comfortable intellectual base with which to conceptualize, study, and instruct the budding, school administrator. At Teachers College, for example, Strayer stressed basic techniques of graphs, calculating, and accounting, not elaborate theories of behavior. Business was still the model, not the social sciences. 27 Phase 5: The Administrator as Social Agent During the Great Depression and World War II, the optimism and undiluted worship of business declined; administrators were now forced to think about social and economic issues.

Silver 67 Chapter 5 The AASA Model for Preparing School Leaders John R. Hoyle 83 Page viii III. State Models Chapter 6 Maryland's MPDA: The Maryland Professional Development Academy and Its Odyssey in Comprehensive Training A. Skipp Sanders 99 Chapter 7 The North Carolina Leadership Institute for Principals Lee W. Grier 115 IV. Laboratory and University Approaches Chapter 8 Peer-Assisted Leadership: Peer Observation and Feedback as Catalysts for Professional Growth Bruce G. Barnett 131 Chapter 9 The Harvard Principals' Center: School Leaders as Adult Learners Sarah L.

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