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        Principal as Instructional Leader

        The key role of the principal is instructional leader. However, there are many pressures that prevent principals from getting into classrooms to help teachers build their instructional capacity. The traditional time-consuming observation cycle may be a key problem. To retain highly effective teachers requires the principal to attend to working conditions and demonstrate keen attention to instructional leadership. A new role may be emerging for a “school administration manager” who will allow the principal to spend more time with instructional improvement.

        The Principal’s Influence as an Instructional Leader

        Bob Hughes and Doug Anthony discuss how the retention of teachers is directly related to the presence of a strong school leader within the building.

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        Hyperactive Superficial Principal Syndrome

        Kim Marshall defines a term he has coined: Hyperactive Superficial Principal Syndrome. It refers to the behaviors and tasks that continuously pull principals away from the work of leading instruction.

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        SAM: School Administration Manager

        Kim Marshall talks about some of the non-instructional duties of the principal and describes the Wallace Foundation’s School Administration Manager (SAM) project.

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        Evaluations and the Hi- Low-Tech Conundrum

        Kim Marshall shares his displeasure with the formal and planned evaluation and explains why evaluations using checklists on iPads and computers may prove to be problematic in the future.

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