Educational leaders must be able to balance tradition with changes that can improve learning and teaching practices, K-12 leadership experts Jill Berkowicz and Ann Myers suggest in this blog post. They urge administrators to be change leaders and establish new traditions that teach more than just the facts. "Our most important job right now is to manage the raising of standards and educational rigor while protecting the space and attention given to the social emotional aspects of learning," they write.

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