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The author discusses the ideas of a group of educators who argue that the kind of school leadership programs should not focus on generic leadership skills but on domain-specific knowledge and expertise. He outlines six fundamental and interconnected points that the group puts forward, encouraging debate that might lead to a new paradigm for educational leadership. He then comments on these, referring to approaches adopted by the National College for School Leadership in England, of which he is former-CEO. He concludes that many grey areas remain in school leadership and that these continue to need to be talked about and discussed openly.