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Line in the Sand: An Essay on Principal-Teacher Relationships

By David Dunaway

Abstract

was a fall Saturday morning, and I was in my Auburn doctoral program monthly seminar where we talked of various topics of interest to our group of 15. Somehow the topic came around to the relationships between teachers and principals. Consensus of the group was that the proverbial line in the sand was an inevitable and unchangeable part of being a school principal. I, to the surprise of no one then or now, disagreed. This time I was not playing my well-honed role of Devil’s Advocate, I really believed that there was no good or logical reason that there should exist, a barrier between teachers and principals

Topics: Principalship, Teachers, Administration, Education, Educational Leadership, Higher Education, Teacher Education and Professional Development
Publisher: FHSU Scholars Repository
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:scholars.fhsu.edu:alj-1689
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