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Authors

Roger Hatcher

Abstract

The Summer of 2002 ushered in an important training model for aspiring local school leaders. Through a joint partnership funded by the Muscogee County School District, Columbus State University began this training with a cohort of twenty-four leadership candidates chosen by the school system. The mission of this newly formed leadership academy was to develop transformational leaders who would possess the knowledge, the performance skills and the dispositions vital to create and foster positive cultures of learning for all students.

Author's Biographies

Roger Hatcher spent thirty-one years in the Muscogee County School District as a teacher and administrator. During this period, he was Principal at Rothschild Junior High School and Hardaway High School. During his tenure at these sites, both schools were recognized as Georgia Schools of Excellence.

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