School & District Management Video

How Principals Can Approach Difficult Decisions

By Kevin Bushweller & Lauren Santucci — October 4, 2022 5:18
A Black female elementary school principal sits in a circle of chairs with two students. She holds a clipboard as she waves a finger at a student.

Principals who tend to make the best decisions consistently throughout their careers are the ones who put the students at the center of every decision, carefully balance risks versus rewards, and genuinely listen to teachers, students, and parents.

Kevin Bushweller oversees coverage of educational technology and learning environments for Education Week.
Lauren Santucci is a video producer for Education Week.


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