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Building a Personal Timeline for Learning and Development
Building a Personal Timeline for Learning and Development

Stanley Wiznewski was determined not to make the same mistakes that many others had made when they got their first principalships. He knew that other rookies had stepped in with the clear intention of simply “surviving” their first year by sitting back and waiting for things to happen. Stanley believed that as a new principal in a very traditional and conservative school district like Upper Harrington, he had only a very brief honeymoon period—a period of opportunity during which he could make the kinds of changes that would enable his school to rise above the other junior high schools in the district. He was committed to hitting the ground ...

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