Why better management training is key to retaining good educators

More professional development for current principals and teachers aspiring to become leaders could address many of the job-satisfaction issues cited by educators in a recent survey, Elizabeth Neale and Jonas S. Chartock, heads of two educational leadership nonprofits, write in this commentary. "Before they are asked to take on prospective executive leadership roles, new principals and teacher-leaders should be well grounded in the skills needed to manage adults," they write.

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