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Burrell, D.N., Dawson,M., Finch, A., Hussain,K, Rahim,E. (2011). The future of Doctoral Education for Educational administrators in leadership and critical thinking. Published by Intellectbase International Consortium, USA. Retrieved from: www. Intellectbase.org/Journals This is an excellent and thorough article covering the way that educational leaders are developed. The problem is that many of the programs that are supposed to develop leaders do not have coursed that focus on the development of critical skills that are required to make strategic decisions, develop teams, manage and crisis management, develop organizational strategy and improved organizational strategy, and improved organizational culture in view of this problem the University Council for Educational administrators and the National Commission on Excellence in Educational Administration conducted a study on training of education of leaders. The findings of the study indicated a lack of clear definition of educational leadership,
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  • Fall '16
  • tONI gRIEF
  • Management, Educational administration, University Council for Educational administrators, Educational administrators, Intellectbase International Consortium, clinical experience lack

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