Let me share a few personal views on what constitutes some essential ingredients for any successful strategy for improvement.
That good working conditions are good teaching conditions and good learning conditions.
That these are provided by an agreement, collectively bargained and honored by both teachers, administrators and the board of education.
That teacher voice is crucial to a quality school system.
That the best leadership is shared leadership.
That good ideas come from the bottom and from the top.
That the responsibility for good schools doesn’t stop at the school’s front door, but it is also a community, a state and a national responsibility.
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