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How Good Principals Improve Student Learning (Video)

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Chicago students have made more and faster academic progress than children in virtually any other school district in the country. And if you ask district leaders, that's because of the intense focus principals in Chicago schools place on supporting and empowering their teachers.

In this video, Education Week explores some of the methods principals in Chicago are utilizing to support teachers, encourage collaboration, and drive improvement strategies.

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