It's Never Too Early--or Too Late

November 2006
Principal;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p17
The article looks at a typical day in the life of Jan Borelli, principal of Westwood Elementary School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Westwood is an urban school on a year-round schedule. The article describes Borelli's interactions with teachers and parents, the state criterion-referenced tests, faculty meetings, and family life.


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