Effective principals reach all corners of education
With strong and flexible leadership, teachers say they feel they have freedom to explore new teaching techniques and approaches.
Principals who foster positive school cultures see the returns of such efforts in student achievement, engagement, and teacher satisfaction.
In one survey compiled in a new infographic, 69 percent of teachers who said they have effective principals said they felt it was important to put in their best effort, while only 38 percent of teachers reporting unhelpful or ineffective principals said they felt the same.
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