A yearly survey on principals’ well-being that has been conducted since 2011 has found they continue to experience threats, bullying and harassment.
A six-province study of principals finds those who prioritize spending time boosting staff report high levels of effectiveness supporting inclusive schools.
No single group of people is responsible for this crisis, but we all have a part to play in improving working conditions for school leaders.
Researchers pay scant attention to women principals’ identities as leaders in relation to race, culture, ethnicity, religion, class, and sexuality.
Statistics on the number of principals receiving verbal threats of violence, being victims of bullying or physical violence have all seen an uptick in the past year.
As the new school year begins, here’s some advice for how parents and teachers can get off on the right foot.
School principals are experiencing increasing levels of violence and threats from students and parents. What needs to change?
An estimated 838 students per day receive corporal punishment across schools in 19 American states. Why does the practice continue?
Students of color are subjected to harsher disciplinary measures. Are schools doing enough to check this practice?