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In an increasingly competitive world, improving the elementary school experience for American children is imperative. What if you were given access to the proven solutions of a highly successful administrator? What would you be willing to do to revitalize your school? What if the secret to a successful school rested on the power of caring?

The Power of Caring for Elementary Schools outlines a comprehensive strategy for transforming even the most troubled elementary schools into vibrant, nurturing organizations committed to ensuring students have a quality learning environment. Author Elmer Winner, an elementary administrator for more than 20 years, has created, designed, and collected the secrets to success that every school needs. His blueprint for success and other related strategies will empower schools to reach their potential and will be an inspiration to teachers, administrators, and parents.

©2010 Elmer Winner (P)2010 Tate Publishing

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Boring wordy blah blah blah. Can't get through it. Too much explanation for a book written for administrators.

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Forms available in PDF?

If you could sum up The Power of Caring for Elementary Schools in three words, what would they be?

Enjoying listening, but would really like to have copy of the forms he refers to in a PDF format. Does anyone know if these are available?