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Such stress may diminish principals’ ability to do their best work and over time it can erode their commitment to the job. From principalship to leadership The position of principal remains an essential feature of schools in all participating countries, but it is facing a number of challenges. As the expectations of what schools should achieve have changed dramatically over recent years, countries need to develop new forms of school leadership better suited to respond to current and future educational environments.
Where teacher evaluation is conducted it almost always entails some form of annual formal meeting between leader and teacher. 3). The graph below shows that on average across the OECD, 61% of 15-year-olds are enrolled in schools whose principals report that the practices of mathematics teachers were monitored over the preceding year through principal or senior staff observations (OECD, 2004). Several research studies indicate that school leader involvement in classroom observation and feedback seems to be associated with better student performance.
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