There are lots of people who go into leadership positions but never make it further than focusing on their administrative duties. There are at least three reasons why this happens.
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Most educators remain quiet, cemented in the belief that their voice is not valued enough to be heard. this is one of the major reasons why we must foster teacher leadership.
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June 18, 2017
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May 21, 2017
Tschannen-Moran & Gareis 2004 write, "The purpose of leadership is to facilitate group goal attainment by establishing and maintaining an environment favorable to group performance." That's an important job, and we need leaders with a sense of self-efficacy to do it.