LOs in Higher Ed LO19968

Richard Charles Holloway (learnshops@thresholds.com)
Sun, 22 Nov 1998 20:43:36 -0800

Replying to LO19967 --

thank you, Fred...I was in the process of drafting a very similar response
as yours (though yours is much more effective than mine was turning out).
I simply want to "second" your points, and add one element...leadership in
education should be a process of aligning content, outcomes and processes.
Like many organizations and institutions, schools need to revisit their
"purpose" in society, and reaffirm their basic values, while they attempt
to align each of these elements with purpose and values.



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