"Education faces many complex issues and that makes us seek teachers who can lead, teachers who are empowered by responsibility, self-agency and creativity. As formal and informal leaders, teachers are those establishing educational concepts, visions and projects. Hardly possible is to make a proper change at school without people that rise to challenges and take up risks, who can recognize and break development barriers of educational process participants – both in and out of school.
The authors of this volume present the premises for teacher leadership in education law. It has many dimensions and lawmaking itself needs to be backed by smart actions of school leaders and their attitudes as well as relevant education policy."