- Owning vs. leading
- Pushed change a little too fast.
- Get teachers to drive initiatives.
- Can’t own it. The teachers have to.
- Biggest change – using grades for compliance
- It takes a lot of time to have the conversations relating to grading.
- Using alternative ways of assessing kids.
- NASSP’s mission and goals as a national support organization.
- Non-profit boards are struggling to have members.
- Mentor told Dan he needed to join NASSP for the insurance.
- Have to change the member benefit.
- We need to be more than just insurance.
- Advocacy – need to have someone there to advocate for the needs of schools and principals.
- Opportunities for advancing leadership. McKinsey Management Program for School Leaders
- 19,000 members in NASSP. 100% of Rhode Island principals are involved in NASSP
- Grading and assessment is the biggest conversation.
- NASSP Conference in Chicago
- How to be a transformative principal? Expand your network and get out of the little silos that we are in.
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