Survey: School Leaders Say Bureaucracy Hinders Work

11/15/2001 | Detroit News, The

A new survey by research firm Public Agenda shows that 81% of superintendents and 47% of principals blame excessive bureaucracy for driving people from school leadership positions. The survey also showed that approximately nine of 10 school leaders said it would be "somewhat" or "very effective" to give administrators more authority to reward good teachers and fire bad ones. Click here to read the full survey.

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