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Who should lead change in school:school principals? teachers? or students?

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Started: 1/12/2018 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Schools in 21st century need change and development. School principals, teachers and students are believed to play significant roles in moving school forward. To make this happen, who should take a lead; school principals? teachers? or students?


A school community should be able to lead their school in the direction that best meets the needs of the children in the community. Principals should not be given all the responsibility on changing the school environment and ideals, teachers and principals should have say but if they have the community behind them they can get a lot more accomplished. Getting students involved can help them with the motivation but they need adults to help them facilitate their learning goals and needs.
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Posted by Biodun 3 years ago
Oh ya, i dont know how to re-word my resolution. I'm new here
Posted by dsjpk5 3 years ago
What are you Con about? You should re-word your resolution.
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