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TC Professor Involved in Nationwide Effort to Develop Urban Education Leaders

Teachers College Professor, Henry M. Levin, has been selected to work with a design team that is helping to develop the American Association of School Administrator's part in a nationwide effort to create leaders for urban schools.

Teachers College Professor, Henry M. Levin, has been selected to work with a design team that is helping to develop the American Association of School Administrator's part in a nationwide effort to create leaders for urban schools.

With help from the Wallace-Reader's Digest Funds, in the form of a $150 million initiative called "Leaders Count," AASP recently announced its plans to develop a nationwide program to recruit and prepare people to lead urban schools. AASA is one of nine nationally recognized organizations to received grants for the effort.

The article, entitled "American Association of School Administrator's Chosen as Partners in Nationwide Effort to Develop New Urban Education Leaders " appeared in the June 26th edition of US News Wire.

Published Thursday, Jun. 27, 2002

TC Professor Involved in Nationwide Effort to Develop Urban Education Leaders

Teachers College Professor, Henry M. Levin, has been selected to work with a design team that is helping to develop the American Association of School Administrator's part in a nationwide effort to create leaders for urban schools.

With help from the Wallace-Reader's Digest Funds, in the form of a $150 million initiative called "Leaders Count," AASP recently announced its plans to develop a nationwide program to recruit and prepare people to lead urban schools. AASA is one of nine nationally recognized organizations to received grants for the effort.

The article, entitled "American Association of School Administrator's Chosen as Partners in Nationwide Effort to Develop New Urban Education Leaders " appeared in the June 26th edition of US News Wire.

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