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• More research about race in schools. • Finally, a large-scale paradigm shift needs to occur that shifts focus on individuals versus categorizing people in groups. Pre-service teachers must be taught these reflection techniques pertaining to their personal views and pre... ... middle of paper ... ...community. Every year this type of professional development is included in the staff professional development plan, as we work together with our Fowler School District to implement. References Head Start Program Performance Standards, (2013), retrieved from Ecklc website May 28, 2014: www.ecklc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov Howard, T. (2010).
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Principals have a lot on their job descriptions. One of those tasks principals must do is evaluate teachers. Some principals are good at doing this, while others are not so great because they lack the experience or put it off towards the end of their ever-growing list of tasks they must complete. In order for principals to make this a priority, they must do trainings related to teacher evaluations. I think school district need to do a better job at training school leaders get the proper training and use teacher evaluations to benefit both the teachers and students.
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