School Leadership: An Untapped Opportunity to Draw Young People of Color into Teaching

Wednesday, December 05th, 2018
School leaders serve many critical roles in their schools. They split their time between supporting their teacher workforce, communicating with parents, working with the district office, and managing all of the operational processes to keep the school open day to day. A demanding job, school leaders often work nearly 60-hour weeks, filled with challenges ranging from layers of bureaucratic and policy requirements to regular criticism from parents or employees. Given the importance and visibility of school leaders, it is important to consider the racial and ethnic diversity of this group of educators. Follow this link to read more. Sourced from Brookings