Moving from MANAGER to INSTRUCTIONAL LEADER!
A common mistake made by numerous principals is leaving instruction to others. Deferring instructional decisions to assistant principals of instruction or instructional coaches will limit a principal to the position of “manager” instead of “leader.” Although principals must manage the daily operations of the local school, instruction runs the building thus a principal must also have a working knowledge of the instructional components that determine academic growth. A principal does not need to master every curriculum used in the building but he or she MUST be knowledgeable about effective teaching practices.
Lead By Example professional development series offers principals the support needed to move from manager to instructional leader.
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