[caption id="attachment_119107" align="alignleft" width="150"] Finding common ground is a difficult, yet essential, task of teacher, principal, and district leadership.[/caption]

As the 2012 presidential election and the fiscal cliff battle indicates, political division is the new normal. Created to serve as common schools for the common good, public schools are often caught in the crosshairs of opposing factions.

Finding an increasingly elusive common ground is a difficult, yet essential, task of teacher, principal, and district leadership, however.

That’s why the notion of peer, student, and public engagement is gaining such currency, whether through professional...

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