From the Editors: From Good to Great Practices

From the Editors: From Good to Great Practices

Principals report that they spend the majority of their time working with staff; but they also indicate that among their highest concerns are teacher performance and fragmentation of their time. It’s no wonder that principals are anxious about maximizing the clock and raising teacher performance, as teachers have been identified as the most significant school-related factor contributing to student learning, with principal leadership coming in second.

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