Principals overloaded with management responsibilities miss the classroom

12/22/2003 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

As principals assume a growing number of administrative tasks, many school leaders find it harder to stay connected to the classroom. Principals who carve out time to teach, even if only occasionally, say they gain credibility when they do the work they demand of their teachers.

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