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Late one summer afternoon, a small boy and his sister watched as a large man smoking a large cigar got out of a large truck and walked up their drive. The man knocked on the front door and the small boy and his sister answered. The man asked: “Is this 210 Riverside Drive?” They answered: “No, this is 209 Riverside Drive. You’re looking for the house across the...
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In chapter 5 we described how a small district leader goes about aligning the daily work of the district in a manner that actively supports the district’s pursuit of its three leadership priorities. This requires aligning the instructional practices that take place in the classroom in ways that support the leadership priorities established in the board room.
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Mark E. Forner is a former school board president, high school principal, and Teach For America classroom teacher. Along with having an MBA from Notre Dame and PhD from Western Michigan University, Forner is a proud graduate of Hart High School—a small, rural public school located on Michigan’s western coastline.
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