Advocating For Equity
When it comes to adapting to change, principals are experts. It’s a requirement for the job. But, for faculty and staff, accepting change can be difficult. It often breeds uncertainty, making it harder for them to get on board with new ideas and harder for principals to lead change. By tackling tough questions as a team, everyone in the school community—principals, assistant principals, teachers, and families alike—can become advocates for equity.
Copyright © 2020. National Association of Elementary School Principals. No part of the articles in NAESP magazines, newsletters, or website may be reproduced in any medium without the permission of the National Association of Elementary School Principals. For more information, view NAESP’s reprint policy.