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What Should Principals Do to Lead Common-Core Implementation?

Until recently, there hasn't been much of a focus on how principals can be effective leaders of the transition to the Common Core State Standards. As I reported in a story recently, that is starting to change, and lots of people are jumping into the fray with discussion and resources for school leaders.

If you would like to hear more about this, you might be interested in a webinar we are hosting on Wednesday, July 11. An award-winning principal from Kentucky and a district leader from Chicago will discuss key things to think about as schools move in this direction.

Registration and information for the webinar can be found here.

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