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Choices of School Administrators

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    Robert Heiny Research Scientist of Learning and Education Flight Instructor

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    Choices of School Administrators

    SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS, from a learners' view, choose the level of learning likely to occur in their schools. They do so by the extent to which they adopt and adapt ALV to guide operation of schooling.

    That choice influences their selection, support, and retention of personnel who apply and are open to applying technical-scientific literacy of learning. Administrative choices also affect the extent they persuade others to make the transition to that literacy.

    School administrators also choose how much they provide the time and other resources for educators to develop or provide a library of analyzed tasks learners will likely perform for 1.0 lessons offered by 1.0 teachers and to score accordingly on state required academic proficiency assessments.
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