Wednesday, April 7, 2010
More on Leadership and Impact
It's very rewarding when you can participate in the selection of excellent teachers with peers who are trained in the research based methods. It is very rewarding to recommend for hire 200 teachers with whom you have worked for four years. It is very rewarding to participate in what works in education - to join with those who "do" in education. As a public educator I am biased ... yet it is still rewarding and affirming to be part of systems that truly do work, are measurable, and make lasting impacts on student learning. This is an example of leadership that is meaningful.