Survey: Baltimore principals have less time to improve teacher quality

10/21/2009 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Some 80% of Baltimore principals said they have less time to be "instructional leaders" in their schools than they did a year ago, when changes were made to give them more autonomy over school operations, according to a survey. Education leaders nationwide are pushing for principals to spend more time improving teacher quality and less time on paperwork.

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