Wis. district uses mentors to target principal churn

09/10/2013 | National Public Radio

The Milwaukee Public Schools -- where close to one-fifth of schools have new principals this year -- are offering leaders new guidance and support through mentors, who work to help principals improve their working environment. The effort is aimed at reducing principal turnover, which research has shown to have a negative effect on teacher retention and student achievement, says Ed Fuller, associate director of the University Council for Educational Administration.

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