Offered in major libraries in both print and/or electronic formats, this journal is easily accessible and highly recommended to other school administrators.
Published by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Educational Leadership can be considered to be a scholarly publication that addresses topics of tremendous interest to the school administrators and educators. In the most recent issue of the publication (April 2005; Volume 62, Number 7), the journal offers a comprehensive discussion of the adolescent learner. The articles range from systemic and instructional strategies to help adolescent learners to the physiological and psychological profiles of adolescents. This journal is readily available in most public and university libraries, whether in print or electronic format. Considering the invaluable insight it offers to school administrators on working with students and teachers, it is highly recommended.
The multiple ways team building can be done within a school setting were proposed by the three authors writing in the aforementioned publications. In his article published in Leadership, Hoffman (2004) discussed how leadership teams that comprise school principals and the administrators at the district level can be formed to enhance the capacity of the individual members to perform their tasks. During these periodic me