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Administrative office

Engaging Students as an Administrator

As the school’s administrator, you are charged with the responsibility to provide engaging and rigorous activities, yet some administrators may wonder how this is possible

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Providing Feedback to Staff

Getting staff to continually grow and develop as teachers is vital to a school’s success. As students, content and curricula change, so must the methodology

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Schoolwide Communication to Parents

Providing effective school communication to the parent community is a vital component of a being a principal. When done effectively, communication is a reciprocal relationship.

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How to Retain Highly Qualified Teachers

Obtaining and developing quality teachers is one of the highest priorities belonging to school administrators, especially in hard to staff schools. According to the Economic

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The Principal as Leader

The National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) describes school principals as multitaskers, climate creators, and visionaries. As instructional leaders and tone setters, principals serve

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How to Create a Healthy School Climate

For students to learn best, they need to feel safe to take risks and have positive relationships within the school community. Establishing a healthy school