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Leadership and Teams in Educational Management (Leadership and Management in Education) Paperback – March 1, 1997

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"This book is as clear and comprehensive an introduction to the area of language understanding as you can currently find. And for 16.99, it's a bargain." - Psy-PAG Quarterly. "This is a fascinating and challenging book." - Spoken English. "An excellent short introduction to some of the more exciting recent research in the area." - British Journal of Developmental Psychology.

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Megan Crawford is a lecturer in educational management at the Open University. She formerly taught in primary schools in London and the Home Counties. Her special interest is in Human Resource Management. Lesley Kydd is a staff tutor with the Open University in Scotland. She formerly taught history and guidance in secondary schools. Her particular interest is in professionalism and managerialism. Colin Riches is a lecturer in educational management at the Open University. He has taught in a variety of educational settings. His current interests are in leadership and team building.

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