How Principals Use Multi-Classroom Leadership in School Turnarounds: Three Principals’ Experiences

by | March 16, 2016

Michelle McVicker, Alison Harris Welcher, and Christian Sawyer discuss how the Multi-Classroom Leadership model enabled them to create and lead a team of teacher-leaders in their schools in Nashville, Tenn., and Charlotte, N.C., which all saw high growth in their students.  Their strategies, though targeted for their low-performing, high-poverty schools, can inspire principals at all types of schools, with all types of students. Learn more in vignettes about their experiences.

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