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Albert Lee Snow has been employed in the public and private schools in Mississippi for the past 25 years. During that time he has taught on all levels from junior high to college. As an administrator, he has served as a high school assistant principal, an elementary school principal, principal of two different public high schools, headmaster of a K-12 private school, and assistant superintendent of administration of a county school district. Snow is also the author of Practical Advice for Principals (ScarecrowEducation, 2003).
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Chapter 2 1 HOW TO BECOME A PRINCIPAL Chapter 3 2 TWELVE STEPS FOR TAKING OVER A NEW SCHOOL Chapter 4 3 SPECIFIC SCHOOL PROBLEMS Chapter 5 4 DEALING WITH DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOM Chapter 6 5 WORKING WITH SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS Chapter 7 6 DISCIPLINE AND SCHOOL SAFETY Chapter 8 7 BUDGET Chapter 9 8 IMPROVING TEST SCORES Chapter 10 APPENDIX Chapter 11 REFERENCES Chapter 12 INDEX Chapter 13 ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Here is an overview of how to get started as a principal that provides practical strategies for dealing with common school problems. Snow also provides more strategies for working on problems covered in the first book, Practical Advice for Principals, such as academic improvement and school safety.