Principals may be leaders at their school, but they’re always at their best when learning with and from their colleagues, community, and beyond. That could mean Idaho principal Tim Lowe bringing together staff and community members to learn about their culture, or Washington principal Jack Arend working with fellow educators to advocate for change in the state legislature. In today’s episode, Adam Welcome and Rachael George sit down with these innovative school leaders to discuss strategies that help principals grow together.
Tim Lowe is principal of William Howard Taft elementary in Boise, and serves the Idaho state representative and federal relations coordinator for NAESP.
Jack Arend serves as deputy director of the Association of Washington School Principals.