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Are My Teachers Improving Instructionally Because I Lead Them?

At the core of a school leader’s supervision of teachers is the continued improvement of their instruction. If the instruction of the classroom teacher is not improving over time, the academic performance of students suffers enormously. The presenter asserts that the number one determinant of the academic success or failure of students is the classroom teacher. This high-energy, highly-engaging session will therefore provide attendees with strategies for maximizing their instructional leadership practices toward ensuring the continued instructional improvement of their teachers. School climate and culture will also be discussed in the context of the school environment being conducive to school leaders having the ability to spend maximum time in classrooms observing instruction including the time spent in pre and post observation conferences with teachers.


One or more presenters on this session represent an organization selling products or providing services to the ESEA market.

This talk was presented at:
2019 National ESEA Conference
February 2019 in Kansas City, MO
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Baruti Kafele

14-year urban turnaround principal in New jersey 14-year national and international consultant on this topic Author of two leadership books and numerous published articles and blog posts on this topic.