Principal: Feedback should go both ways

06/5/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

As an elementary-school principal, Peter DeWitt is evaluated by his superintendent, but he says the feedback he receives from his own staff is just as valuable. For feedback to go both ways, DeWitt writes in this blog post about the need to establish systems that allow for the easy flow of effective feedback. He writes that his school, which includes the Principals Advisory Council, allows for an open dialogue between the principal, teachers and other stakeholders.

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