Comprehensive Overview of Research Pertaining to Teacher Leadership

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Comprehensive Overview of Research Pertaining to Teacher Leadership
York-Barr and Duke (2004) provide a helpful and comprehensive overview of research pertaining to teacher leadership, a quality that differentiates veteran teachers from novice teachers. Leadership is a meta-quality (cutting across pedagogy, classroom management, vision, instructional design, etc.) that all teachers are trying to improve, and the development of leadership skill is perhaps the most profound challenge faced by the novice teacher. York-Barr and Duke’s literature review not only turns up the operational meaning of leadership skill but also serves as a practical guide to new teachers seeking to acquire it.
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