Burns, Travis; Wagner, Chuck
December 2013
Principal Leadership;Dec2013, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p28
The article focuses on organizational dissent in U.S. schools. It states that as school administrators, they have implemented structures that recognize and encourage articulated dissent about school actions and administrative decisions. Articulated dissent, latent dissent and displaced dissent are examined. Also included are school factors that foster dissent and practical implications for school leaders.


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