Be an Effective Leader During Times of Change

Ullman, Ellen
October 2012
Education Update;Oct2012, Vol. 54 Issue 10, p1
The article offers insights for U.S. district and school leaders on how to be effective during times of change, in light of the implementation of the Common Core State Standards. District and school leaders are advised to review the curriculum, assess the current resources and identify gaps, and build alliances, among others. It emphasizes the need for leaders to provide strong and supportive leadership that seeks to ease staff's fears.


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