Student achievement: Weak principals can hurt school success

Instead the district chose an administrator from a nearby school who immediately dismantled the systems that had been working. The urge to impose one’s own views is hard for some new bosses to resist. “Gone were the regular data meetings, the student support teams, and the professional development based on individual teacher needs aligned to school goals,” Chenoweth said. “Gone was the collaboration and the firm but respectful treatment of students and teachers.

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