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CCSSO clearly states that the ultimate goal of these policy standards and the final outcome of the implementation of the ISLLC 2008 standards is “effective instructional leadership that positively impacts student achievement” (Council of Chief State School Officers, 2008, p. 13). This intended outcome of the standards should guide and drive decision and policy making in university education leader preparation courses, in national, state, and local educational agencies, and must be the goal toward which every education leader strives.


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