This textbook serves as a tool in training the 21st century community college leader and administrator. A particular emphasis is placed on deconstructing outdated practices and constructing new approaches to how contemporary community college leadership is viewed, practiced, and envisioned. In doing so, the authors have made great efforts to avoid simply restating common practices, but to develop new models (e.g., leadership, change, case study framework) focused on facilitating leadership innovativeness. Additionally, a case study follows each chapter. These case studies are written by community college chancellors, presidents, former presidents, and vice presidents, representing various national regions. This is a core text for courses in Administration, Leadership, Management and related areas. It is a text that presents contemporary skills for anyone a community college leader or not a who is a leader and/or administrator in an organization. This timely and comprehensive resource encourages formal/informal leaders to become active agents for change.CUNY requires all students entering the community colleges to take three types of tests: placement tests for incoming freshmen, exit tests from students ... The Writing Sample assesses the studenta#39;s writing skills based on sample writing.
|Title||:||Community College Leadership and Administration|
|Author||:||Carlos Nevarez, J. Luke Wood|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang - 2010|