Robust School Leadership – Risks and RewardsPosted in : Cassidy's Comments on 29 November 2022 Issues covered: Leadership; Wellbeing; Bullying
With much debate in the media just now on ethics in public life and in particular with accusations of bullying levelled at government ministers and leaders in top jobs, it is appropriate to reflect on how these impacts on our schools and how they are managed.As in the world of politics where high-profile roles come with intense public/media scrutiny, school leadership roles come with high expectations from parents and education authorities in terms of delivering results. Over the last decade pressure for closer monitoring and evaluation of classroom teaching in pursuit of greater accountability has often resulted in friction between teaching unions and school leaders around classroom
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