“I was hired to be the instructional leader of the building, but I am really more of a fireman,” said a friend and third-year principal during a quick chat the other day. She continued, “I want to get into classrooms; I want to help ‘grow’ some teachers who need to improve, but I end up spending each day just putting out fires.” Although I didn’t say it, I was thinking of all of the ways I hoped my friend would support those teachers who needed to grow—and I knew the one action that she should most certainly take. Every student deserves “great” teaching I know 3 things to be true as a result of over 30 years in pubic education: …
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