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The remarks reprinted here were delivered to a meeting of the Education Writers Association in April 1984, as the Martin Buskin Memorial Lecture.
Staff development is the key to the success of middle level schools. This writer describes what makes an effective staff development program, complete with examples, as well as how to evaluate it.
Good schools and good programs don't just happen. Where there is a good school and a good program, there will also be a principal doing a good job of curriculum supervision.
The open and frank discussions of child abuse—especially sex ual abuse—have created pressures for educators to be informed and to participate in educating youngsters and parents about this topic. The writer offers some helpful advice.
Principals who make an effort to capitalize on the eagerness of freshmen may see a dramatic change not only in the performance of those students, but also in the climate of the entire school.
Here's a step-by-step guide to planning for the development of an effective and responsive middle level school.
The project chairman of NASSP's National Study of Schools in the Middle highlights in this article what he considers the more significant and interesting findings of the study as they relate to the daily activities of the middle level principal.
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