Leading 21st century learning in schools looks radically different than it did 25 years ago. The rapidly changing demographics of culturally, ethnically, linguistically, racially and economically diverse students brings a complicated mix of challenges for administrators who must respond to the varied interests and needs of the school community. It is essential for school districts and principal preparation programs to collaborate in the development of the 21st century school leaders through authentic, relevant internship opportunities. By collaborating with higher education, school districts can do their part in the development of school administrators with the instructional expertise and the coaching skills needed to be the effective instructional leader for 21st century learning.
Texas Association of School Administrators: Texas School Business
Date of publication
Jones, Jennifer S. and Oliveras Ortiz, Yanira, "Preparing administrators to lead 21st century learning" (2016). Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Faculty Publications and Presentations. Paper 1.
Jones, J. & Oliveras-Ortiz, Y. (2016). Preparing administrators to lead 21st century learning. Texas School Business, November/December, 23-24.