Sunday, December 10, 2006

Principals play major role in student achievement

From the CEC Smart Brief:

Good principals -- who tend to be informed risk-takers, friendly and flexible -- focus relentlessly on student achievement, a University of Wollongong study of 38 New South Wales high schools found. Researchers were surprised to discover the effect principals had in creating a culture for effective teaching and learning. The Sydney Morning Herald (12/10)

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