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Nuts and Bolts of Accountability
Nuts and Bolts of Accountability

Charlene Thomas was beginning her first year as principal of Pike Elementary School. It was one of 30 elementary schools in a relatively large district, located in a well-established middle class neighborhood. Charlene had grown up nearby. Although the school had not been there when she was a child, she had sent both of her now college-going children to Pike Elementary. It had always had an excellent academic reputation, and she was excited to be able to serve her community and be a part of such a successful school. She had pored over literature on the principalship, reviewed and reflected upon her own educational platform, and embarked on her new role. Admittedly, she was nervous, ...

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