STRAPPED for Cash--and Morale

Waggoner, Charles R.
September 2010
Principal;Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p14
The article presents the opinions of the author on how school principals in the U.S. can boost morale among teachers despite school budget cuts. The author suggests that principals are responsible for keeping up morale despite the financial burdens of teachers and school staff members. Other topics include teacher evaluation processes and principals' visits to the classrooms of unsatisfactory teachers.


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