Too often one leader may be blamed for creating a negative climate, when the reality is that we all contribute to a positive or negative school climate. Our attitude every day plays an important part in our school climate. Here are 7 easy steps school communities can take to improve their school climate.
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February 18, 2018
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February 15, 2018
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July 02, 2017
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June 22, 2017
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June 18, 2017
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June 14, 2017
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June 11, 2017
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June 04, 2017
NPR recently published an article about an assistant principal who left the teaching ranks to make more money. Many leaders don't leave for the money, and what's the problem if they do choose to leave the classroom?