This commentary focuses on school leadership as connective activity. Leadership is essentially about designing, managing and energizing the right connections, and untying the wrong ones, in order to make schools successful, equitable, happier places. As such, a school leader’s job is connecting, disconnecting and in some cases reconnecting pathways, including those which may have faded in the rush to change, in order to create better places for students to grow and learn. Copyright © 2012 Taylor & Francis.
|Journal||International Journal of Leadership in Education|
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2012|