Channeling Collective Power for Cluster Improvement – A Case Study

System leadership, or leadership that focuses on collective rather than individual
improvement, has emerged in education as one of the most important ways to achieve
collaborative success. In the specific context of schools, research has stressed that system
leaders needn’t be restricted to school leaders; teachers, community members, and parents also make effective system leaders and help influence aspects of education that the school leader cannot access. This paper explores the impact of a system leadership structure through the case study of a voluntary committee established to lead cluster improvement.

Cluster Development Committee in Dommasandra- Case Study

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