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Thomas A. Kersten is associate professor emeritus in Educational Leadership at Roosevelt University in Chicago and Schaumburg, Illinois. He has twenty-eight years of public school administrative experience in Illinois including eleven as superintendent. He is also the author of Stepping into Administration: How to Succeed in Making the move and Moving into the Superintendency: How to Succeed in Making the Transition.
Margaret E. Clauson is assistant superintendent in Wilmette, Illinois. She has served as an Illinois educator for over twenty years as a teacher, assistant principal, middle school principal, Administrator for Human Resources, and Assistant Superintendent. She has written and presented on a variety of leadership topics.
1 Understanding the Historical Basis of Teacher Supervision and Evaluation
2 Recruiting and Selecting Outstanding Teachers
3 Fostering Novice Teacher Success
4 Developing a Mentoring Program
5 Raising the Supervision Bar
6 Evaluating for Excellence
7 Functioning as a Collaborative Administrative Team Member
About the Authors