This book highlights the problems of educational leadership in Pakistan and developing countries. It establishes a link between state leadership and institutional leadership. It alludes to the various ways in which social and political contexts have crept into educational institutions. Dictatorial regimes in Pakistan have influenced education system. This book dives deep into contemporary literature on educational leadership and gives a panoramic view of different approaches on educational leadership. The authors not only point out the problems of educational leadership but they also suggest solutions to them. This book can be considered a handbook for principals and teachers who want to be leaders.