Critically evaluate Buchanan’s article. Faith leadership: A model for educational leadership contexts. (2011) Journal of Catholic School Studies, 83(2), 44-51. Discuss the potential for such leadership to influence outcomes for students in terms of past
NOTE: Full question: Critically evaluate Buchanan’s article. Faith leadership: A model for educational leadership contexts. (2011) Journal of Catholic School Studies, 83(2), 44-51. Discuss the potential for such leadership to influence outcomes for students in terms of pastoral care and relationship with family and parish.
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