Open Access Graduate Research Paper
School administrators--Attitudes; Teacher-administrator relationships; Student-administrator relationships;
The opportunity to be the leader of a school district and a role model in the community is very exciting. There will be so many lives I will have the opportunity to touch. I eagerly await the chance to make new friends and develop a good rapport with the members of the community. To help accomplish this, I will attempt to answer the three questions which are asked in every relationship: "Do you really care about me personally? Can I trust you? Do you know what you are talking about?"
The staff, parents, students, and community must see me as someone they can come to with questions or comments. I will attempt to develop an atmosphere where everyone feels like they belong, including parents and community members. This will help to build a strong educational environment. "What children need more than anything is the chance to attach to adults who are meaningful and important to them" (O'Neil, 1997, p. 8).
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Educational Administration and Counseling
Robert H. Decker
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©1997 Irvin Laube
Laube, Irvin, "A preferred vision for administering secondary schools : a reflective essay" (1997). Graduate Research Papers. 1070.