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Case Study Worksheets

Provided below are individual PDF files for each case study, and a comprehensive PDF file containing the complete case study worksheets.

The worksheets can be used for out-of-class assignments. In some instances, questions on the worksheets are similar to those provided in the book.

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Complete Case Study Worksheets 1—25

Case 1: Who Needs Lesson Plans?

Case 2: Alternatives for an Alternative School

Case 3: A Bully’s Threat

Case 4: Lounge Talk

Case 5: Get Rid of the Sloppy Assistant Principal

Case 6: Let the Committee Decide

Case 7: Old School Culture and a New Principal

Case 8: Feliz Navidad? Not in This School District

Case 9: Sally’s Socialization

Case 10: A Matter of Honor

Case 11: The Absent Superintendent

Case 12: Break the Rules and Pay the Price

Case 13: The Ambitious Assistant Principal

Case 14: A One-Trick Principal

Case 15: Even on Saturday

Case 16: Appropriate Punishment versus Political Expediency

Case 17: The Passive Principal

Case 18: A Disillusioned Assistant Principal

Case 19: Who Needs Career-Technical Education?

Case 20: Illegal Drugs, In-School Suspension, and the Novice Principal

Case 21: Let’s Not Rap

Case 22: Is the Devil Teaching Spelling?

Case 23: The Dark Side of Decentralization

Case 24: Who Should Create the School’s Vision?

Case 25: The Maverick School Board Member

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