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Joe Clark . Principal of Eastside High School in Paterson, NJ (Featured in the movie Lean on Me). Highlights. Joe was principal from 198 The school was ranked 331 out of 336 of worst performing schools in New Jersey. Joe was named one of the ten principals of leadership in 1986.

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Joe clark

Joe Clark

Principal of Eastside High School in Paterson, NJ

(Featured in the movie Lean on Me)


Highlights

Highlights

  • Joe was principal from 198

  • The school was ranked 331 out of 336 of worst performing schools in New Jersey.

  • Joe was named one of the ten principals of leadership in 1986.


Leadership styles

Leadership Styles

  • Authoritarian-Joe used extreme measures to get staff and students to comply to his vision.

    • “Everything in this building emanates and ultimates from me, nothing happens without me.” Time, 1988

  • Situational-He required the support of stakeholders to make the change according the vision he wanted for the school.

    • The pressure of making modifications to the school was the most important factor when Joe was hired. As the school environment improved, Joe began to be less rigid and to form relationships with staff and students.

  • Transformational-Joe’s vision was to increase test scores and was motivated by the wellbeing and achievement of the students.

    • Joe had to trust his staff members and allow them to grow and take risks.


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