Is the management training provided by business and industry for their leaders the best source of information and skill development for principals and superintendents in K-12 educational settings?
Does management theory apply in educational settings and how long will it take to adapt this theory into educational administrative theory?
To tell you the truth, I am in no way qualified to answer a question. This is an very complex question, and will probably require some in-depth research.
So, what I am going to do is guide you in the direction of finding an answer to your question.
What I would suggest you do is reach out to a number of education institution, online journals, news outlets, and so forth, to find an answer to your question. Here are a few of links that will hopefully help find an answer to your question:
Also, if you are looking to take a very in-depth understanding of this area of study, here is a list of online educational administration degree and certification programs
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