Five Ways Principals Can Establish a Strong School Climate

Perhaps more than any other part of schooling, making a school feel safe, welcoming, and uplifting to students really hinges on the principal.

It’s the principal, after all, who sets the tone for a school’s culture by his or her everyday actions and interactions with teachers, families, and students, and who sets into motion the core elements of school climate work: Social-emotional learning, youth voice and leadership programs, and restorative practices.

Now principals face the added challenge of doing that across remote and hybrid learning systems, not just for in-person learning.

The complete article is available on the Education Week website.

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