This chapter explains the setting of the study of elementary school principals in the U.S. on which this volume is based. It discusses the historical setting and provides background information about the suburban schools studied. This information includes size, environmental turbulence and social composition of the schools. This chapter also mentions that the 1980s were relatively harder for principals in the suburban grade schools compared to with the explosive decades prior to the study.
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