Skills of prospective principals should match school culture, study finds

11/17/2013 | Education Week

School districts should match a principal's skills and strengths to the culture and needs of the school, according to a recent study from the Washington, D.C.-based RAND Corp. The study examines what districts need to do to improve the quality of school leadership. The study states district leaders also should provide clear-cut performance expectations, evaluations and feedback.

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