How districts can develop better school leaders

10/29/2013 | Scholastic Administrator magazine

School districts are using a combination of intensive training programs and ongoing professional development to help principals succeed in their roles as leaders. With the principal as supervisor, a formalized process for supporting -- and conveying clear expectations -- to teacher leaders also is important, says ASCD's Ann Cunningham-Morris. "The role of the teacher leader is leading learning of their colleagues. They are seen as experts in the classroom around specific pedagogy," she says.

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