After being one of the lowest-performing schools in the entire school district, can a school look to its leader to institute change? Paula Frazier, principal of Pleasant Valley Elementary School, shares her experience as a school turnaround specialist through this descriptive case. Frazier’s action plan is laid out for students to analyze, suggest alternatives to, and incorporate into their own experiences. The presentation of her leadership style offers an opportunity to discuss leader attributes.
Darden Business Publishing – University of Virginia