The evolution of good principals

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Guest post by Byron McCauley

KnowledgeWorks Founder Chad Wick and his cohorts writing for the National Journal Education Experts Blog this week addressed the ever-expanding role of principals.

Blog editor Fawn Johnson referenced a  new report from  the Center for Public Education that says a principal’s responsibilities have grown beyond administrative duties to include core curriculum and student achievement goals, and many in the profession now feel the job is “undoable.”

In “The evolution of good principals,” Wick writes that today’s successful principal must become more collaborative, evolving with the needs of students, faculty and the varying demands heaped upon him or her. To read the entire blog post along with other entries, click here.

 

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