Leadership

3 Critical Hallmarks of Effective Teacher Evaluations

If the state of New York is any indication of things to come, more officials will start finalizing plans to conclusively overhaul their school systems, including teacher evaluations, which have been the subject of much debate in recent years. The revisions...
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Teacher Shortage Crisis: How to Pave the Way for More (and More Satisfied) Teachers

It’s no secret teachers are jumping ship in record numbers, and the dwindling numbers of incoming grads don’t even come close to patching the gap as the demand for teachers rises. A few weeks ago, the Learning Policy Institute reported enrollment...
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Leadership Style Could Turn Around Student and Teacher Performance

When striving to improve your school district’s performance, examine the many ways that student outcomes can be improved beyond overhauling teacher evaluations, training, and testing. As many companies and educational institutions have discovered, honing...
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How to Cultivate High-Performance Teachers: Servant Leadership Infographic

Recent studies tell us the most effective leadership style may also be the rarest—particularly in schools, where compliance mandates, detailed processes and metrics drive much of teachers’ performance management. But there’s a better way:...
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Motivate Teachers by Becoming a More Effective Leader

In the movement to improve America’s score on quality education, plenty of attention has been focused on teacher performance, with teacher evaluations being at the forefront of reforms to address some of the challenges. Some teachers are now reporting...
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