Leaders aren't just principals, CEOs, and presidents, a new book asserts, but rather people from all walks of life benefit from leadership skills and training. That's especially true in education where everyone from parents to teachers to students are often called upon to serve in leadership roles. But what does that entail?

The book, Life Lessons in Leadership: The Way of the Wallaby, uses a literary style similar to Spenser Johnson’s Who Moved My Cheese? to illustrate real-world lessons through the stories of engaging fictional characters. Co-authored by ed-tech pro Ann McMullan -- formerly the executive director for educational...

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