Principals’ Group Updates Standards for Leadership
Effective school leaders don’t just raise students’ test scores—they instill a culture of learning in their schools that includes the adults who work there and members of the surrounding community.
That is the picture of the K-8 principalship painted this week by the National Association of Elementary School Principals , which released two new publications designed to help its members grapple with the demands of their jobs.
The first, Vision 2021: Transformation in Leading, Learning, and Community , offers a future look at schools and educational trends. The title year refers to the date that will mark...
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