Conn. district, university to train teachers to become principals

10/4/2013 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

The Hartford, Conn., school district and the University of Connecticut have entered into a partnership to create a two-year school-leader training program tailored to the unique needs of the district in an effort to reduce principal turnover. Nine teachers have begun classes, which include instruction on teacher evaluations and the history of the school district.

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