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Survey: K-12 principals most trusted to be ethical, responsible

September 19, 2019

The overall survey results show that the more unethical Americans believe people in authority positions behave, the less likely they think those leaders do their jobs effectively. “Conversely, U.S. adults who think group members admit mistakes and take responsibility for them have relatively high levels of confidence in key performance activities of that group,” according to a summary of the results.

The findings reinforce that principals are key, respected figures in their communities and that Americans generally believe they have their students’ best interests in mind.

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