This course discusses the meaning and scope of leading in educational institutions, such as primary and secondary schools, district and provincial sections ad tertiary institutions of learning such as colleges and polytechnic institutes.  Topics discusses include the school as an organization; significance of school organization for leadership; the school community; organizing efficient and effective school programs, parents and teachers association; community relations; planning and managing a school curriculum; time table scheduling ; conducting seminars and conferences in a secondary school; filing and record keeping the supervisory role of a headmaster/mistress; conducting faculty meetings; managing a school library; the school building; instructional materials; classrooms and study halls; educational trips; student and teacher's participation in decision making; intramural programs; opening and closing of the school; orientation of new and beginning teachers; pre-school  orientations to parents and pupils; office management; professional ethics for teachers and school administrators; working with the District Education Officers and the inspector of schools; school vehicle; improving attendance and minimizing dropouts; discipline and student moral behaviors and school guidance and counseling programs.