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Under Good Principals, Low-Performing Teachers Head for the Door


October 1, 2018

Research has shown that having a strong school leader matters in terms of whether teachers stay in their jobs. But a new study finds that effective principals are not only skilled at keeping high-performing teachers—they also strategically don't retain the low performers.

"Principals play a large role in setting the culture and climate of the school," said Jason Grissom, an associate professor of public policy and education at Vanderbilt University, and an author of the study. "The role of principals in teachers' work decisions is big."


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