Why education leaders should work to inspire staff, build relationships

11/26/2013 | Education Week

Effective school leaders must be able to build relationships and work with teachers without micromanaging them, elementary-school principal Peter DeWitt writes in this blog post. He suggests leaders should be passionate about their craft and find ways to inspire teachers and administrators to do their best work. "From the state level to the district and building level we need leaders who can differentiate between what is a positive change and what has negative consequences for teachers and students," DeWitt writes.

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