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Author: Patricia Plante,Robert Caret
ISBN: 0028973356
Language: English
Pages: 160 pages
Category: Schools & Teaching
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (March 1, 1990)
Rating: 4.3
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With an eye toward the ideal but a foot planted firmly in reality, this book views the crumbling of ten major myths about academic administration.

book by Patricia R. Plante. With an eye toward the ideal but a foot planted firmly in reality, this book views the crumbling of ten major myths about academic administration.

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Education" (William M. Sullivan); and (3) "Renewing the Democratic Spirit in American Colleges and Universities . Sullivan); and (3) "Renewing the Democratic Spirit in American Colleges and Universities: Higher Education as Public Work" (Harry C. Boyte and Nancy N. Kari).

Myths explored and exploded include how administrators inherit untouchables, yearn for the classroom, equivocate, and .

Myths explored and exploded include how administrators inherit untouchables, yearn for the classroom, equivocate, and are torn by conflicting constituencies.

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Patricia Senn Breivik. American Council on Education/Oryx Press, 1998 - 173 sayfa

Patricia Senn Breivik. American Council on Education/Oryx Press, 1998 - 173 sayfa. Her previous positions include director of the Auraria Library and professor at the University of Colorado in Denver, Colorado; special assistant to the president of the University of Colorado; visiting professor at Columbia University; and American Council on Education (ACE) fellow in academic administration at the University of Wisconsin.

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Nevertheless, secondary vocational education continues to suffer from a negative . 2 The reality of the labor market is quite different, however.

Nevertheless, secondary vocational education continues to suffer from a negative image among students, parents, educators, and policymakers. This Myths and Realities examines some popular beliefs about secondary vocational education, along with some related beliefs about the labor market and about college degrees-and some facts that may or may not support those popular beliefs. Gray (1997) gives this analysis: Among college students who graduate with a four-year degree, only two of three will find employment related to their field of study.

Do new administrators really experience a honeymoon period? Is a confrontation with a hostile faculty a certainty? With an eye toward the ideal but a foot planted firmly in reality, this book views the crumbling of ten major myths about academic administration. Over 125 executives from colleges of all types and sizes were polled and responded with their experiences of today's most prevalent misconceptions. Myths explored and exploded include how administrators inherit untouchables, yearn for the classroom, equivocate, and are torn by conflicting constituencies. This volume, with its candid comments, ventures to transcend the silence surrounding the intimate concerns, pressures, ideals and realities of the chief executive position while effecting new debate and personal reflection.