Principal's Roles and Teacher Conflict: A Recapitulation

Cheek, Earl H.; Lindsey, Jimmy D.
May 1986
Journal of Learning Disabilities;May1986, Vol. 19 Issue 5
Academic Journal
Discusses the major responsibilities that principals should exercise in the school setting and conflicts that can arise with teachers of children with learning disabilities. Interpersonal relationships, information-processing roles and decision-making roles of principal discussed; Benefits of effective principal and learning disability teachers relationships.


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