In this response to a question from a reader of Larry Ferlazzo's blog about how to make the process of classroom observation a more positive experience, PJ Caposey, an Illinois high-school principal and author, was among those who responded. He said school leaders do not have the power to dictate changes in culture. Instead, he writes that cultural shifts require school leaders to gain influence with others by building relationships, giving purpose and establishing a community that is safe for innovation, creativity and sometimes failure.
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