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Learning Your School’s Culture
Learning Your School’s Culture

Ed Walsh was excited on this, his first day as the new principal of Benito Juarez Elementary School. Although he had three years of experience as a junior high school assistant principal in a nearby community, he had always looked forward to the day when he would have his own building. He had always wanted to step into a setting where he would have the chance to implement some of the ideas he had for creating more effective ways to help early adolescents. Ed had been a very successful middle school teacher for several years. He enjoyed a reputation as a very dedicated and innovative teacher. It was not surprising that he now saw a chance to ...

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