How to address the "leadership paradox" in education

01/10/2014 | Edutopia.org

While most principals enjoy high levels of job satisfaction, many say they are unlikely to suggest that teachers become principals, and a recent report finds that few educators aspire to become administrators, writes Bob Lenz, CEO and co-founder of Envision Schools. In this blog post, Lenz calls it the "leadership paradox" and shares that officials at his own school have worked to develop a leadership pipeline. He encourages school leaders to inspire others by sharing the positives about leadership.

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