Changing Relationships Enables 21st Century Learning

The capacities that school leaders must develop have been changing. Leaders were expected to create and manage a vision and maintain the learning environment as it had been defined and generate public support. Today’s leader understands that a school leader’s vision cannot be singular, it is formed from as a collaborative endeavor. Today’s school leaders experience changing boundaries and moving goalposts. Today’s leaders are asked to find simplicity in our complex world and establish the conditions that support new types of relationships, between teachers, teachers and students, teachers and leaders, and school and the broader community. This requires: understanding the vast changes needed in pedagogy to support and encourage them while searching for new ways to measure learning advocating for children on the broader community platform while embracing accountability for…


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