principals

Why principals should be wary of homework

Changing the homework structure for greater student success

Noteworthy Books: "Reading in the Wild" and other reading picks for district leaders

Recommended reading includes books on principals, student behavior and safety

The evolving principal's office

As accountability intensifies, the role of secondary principals expands

Tools for the evolving principal

Resources for professional development in four key areas

New to Syracuse, principal hopes to turn around a struggling school

As the new principal of Danforth Middle School on the Syracuse's south side, Dr. Ronardo Reeves is one of six out-of-town educators hired as principals in Syracuse this year.

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Boston principal plagiarized Forbes column

A newly appointed Boston middle school principal, hoping to inspire her staff to take risks for success and to learn from one another, extensively plagiarized a Forbes magazine column on leadership in her first memo to the staff.

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Principals to build inclusive playground at Baltimore school

Elementary and middle school principals from around the nation will put in sweat equity on Wed., July 10, to build an inclusive playground at a Baltimore elementary school during the National Association of Elementary School Principals’ (NAESP) fifth annual Community Service Day.

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New W.Va. principal to run the "school of the future"

The new Edgewood Elementary School (Charleston, W.Va.), which will implement a "blended learning" style, has hired Pam Gould as principal. Gould will oversee a staff unfamiliar with the new curriculum, while at the same time consolidating two low-performing schools: Watts and Robins.

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New principal hired at Minnesota STEM school

Arthur Williams has been selected as the new Jefferson Elementary STEM School principal. A graduate of the University of Minnesota, Williams will officially assume his new position at the Winona, Minn. school on August 1. 

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University, school district cooperation suggested to produce better principals

In order to produce more effective principals, universities and school districts should form relationships in which both can serve each other’s needs.

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