It can be difficult for school administrators to facilitate change, writes Jim Dillon, who has been an educator for more than 35 years that include 20 as a school administrator. In this blog post, he offers advice for school leaders on how to take "the fork" -- presenting and packaging proposals that address the needs and desires of teachers. He suggests leaders be upfront with educators about the challenges facing schools, understand that change is an ongoing process and ensure that educators work as a team.
How school leaders should communicate with teachers
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