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School Leadership, Teachers’ Roles in School Decisionmaking, and Student Achievement

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School Leadership, Teachers’ Roles in School Decisionmaking, and Student Achievement

2017

This working paper summarizes the results of a study of leadership in elementary and secondary schools. The study focused in particular on instructional leadership – the extent to which school leaders focus on the core activities of teaching and learning – and teacher leadership – the extent to which teachers have input into school decision-making. This paper is drawn from the full report of the study, entitled School Leadership Counts (Ingersoll, Dougherty and Sirinides 2017), available at www.newteachercenter.org.

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https://repository.upenn.edu/cpre_workingpapers/15/

Richard Ingersoll; Philip Sirinides; and Patrick Dougherty (2017). School Leadership, Teachers’ Roles in School Decisionmaking, and Student Achievement. CPRE Working Paperss.

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