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One Principal’s Surprising Advice to School Administrators
« on: October 30, 2017, 07:03:52 PM »


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“Carson offered an unusual piece of advice for other principals: Keep teaching. Principals are supposed to help teachers improve, so they need to practice those skills themselves, she said.

‘I think a lot of principals get comfortable in offices and doing paperwork,’ she said. ‘But you got to know the grind of a classroom, and you have to feel that tension between managing the kids and also teaching the skills.’”


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