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Long-term principals can make the difference for low-performing schools

September 25, 2019

Turnover affects productivity in any workplace environment. But in schools, it also affects the future. According to a recent report by the Learning Policy Institute, “Turnover is a serious issue across the country.” As of 2016-17, when Valadez-Barnes arrived at her post at Central, the national average tenure of principals was four years. Other research puts the average superintendent tenure at six years.

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