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Moreover, while the NPBEA standards do not address them directly, soft skills are critically important to the work of building and maintaining strong relationships with community members.
NPBEA's Professional Standards four and six particularly address instructional leadership.
The NPBEA (2015) competencies were adapted, resulting in school librarian competencies based on the PSELs (ALA, 2017c), a list of 11 areas for school librarians to address for continuous improvement.
The cohorts were supportive of the ethics models articulated by Shapiro and Stefkovich (2016) and outlined in the NPBEA (2015) guidelines.
The interns collaborate through the internship process in order to complete it successfully (National Policy Board for Educational Administration (NPBEA 2002).
The 21 domains found in the NPBEA typology represent a convenient classification system one can use to better examine preparation strategies for school principals.
Specifically, teachers are expected to meet the INTASC requirements; principals, the NPBEA expectations (soon to be changed to the ISLLC standards); and school counselors, the CACREP standards.
This group refers the accreditation requirements to the National Policy Board for Educational Administration (NPBEA).
A recent paper commissioned by the National Policy Board for Educational Administration (NPBEA) contrasts the situation in education with that in other professions:
To prepare principals who can meet these challenges, the National Policy Board for Educational Administration (NPBEA) created a training guide, "Principals for Our Changing Schools: Knowledge and Skill Base" (S.
From the National Policy Board for Educational Administration (NPBEA) I received Principals for Our Changing Schools: Knowledge and Skill Base, a truly overwhelming vision of the modern principalship. In its hundreds of pages, one finds 21 domains of essential knowledge and skills that stretch from the vagaries of leadership and philosophical and cultural values to interpersonal sensitivity and nonverbal expression -- really a soup-to-nuts compendium.
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