Conversations about Coaching

Expectations of success for today’s school administrator as well as the stress level for running effective schools have significantly increased. As a result, less time spent in collaborating with school administrators for support, growth, and development is taking place. This expectation and the rate of burnout reflect the need of additional support and systematic feedback […]

Columbia University Teacher’s College Study

What about experienced principals? A recent study by Columbia University Teacher’s College Professor Eleanor Drago-Severson studied 25 principals and their method for avoiding principal burnout. She explored the ways principals can renew themselves to prevent burnout, and concluded that the best method is meeting regularly with other professionals to reflect on practice. Only three of […]