Principals Say Coaching, Not Compliance, Is What They Need From Central Office

Education Week: n six districts that changed the role of the administrators who oversee principals, those supervisors are spending more time in schools—coaching principals and helping them become better instructional leaders.

Seventy-six percent of principals in those districts said that their bosses usually or always provided them with "actionable feedback," as a result of the time spent in their schools.

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