Principal in China strives for "moral purpose"

03/19/2013 | Connected Principals blog

In this blog post, Dan Kerr, a middle-school principal in Shanghai, China, writes about the idea of "moral purpose" and how it affects teachers, leaders, parents and others. Leadership and change expert Michael Fullan has written about the topic, noting that at the root of "moral purpose", in part, is the development of a shared vision -- or mission -- "that rests on and stems from what's best for students and student learning ..." Kerr writes.

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