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Nearly 1 in 5 principals leave their schools each year, which can have a domino effect that disrupts student learning and contributes to teacher dissatisfaction and turnover. In this webinar, experts discussed Supporting a Strong, Stable Principal Workforce: What Matters and What Can Be Done, a new report from a research initiative between the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) and LPI and the last in a four-part series. The study delves into the causes of principal turnover, the impacts of turnover on teachers and students, strategies that district and school leaders can implement to increase principal retention, and federal and state policy opportunities to support those strategies.
JoAnn Bartoletti, Executive Director, NASSP
Linda Darling-Hammond, President, LPI
Mark Anderson, Principal, Marshall Fundamental School, California
Trevor Greene, Superintendent, Yakima School District, Washington
Gloria Woods-Weeks, Principal, J.D. Clement Early College High School, North Carolina