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By: William A. Streshly, Susan Penny Gray & Larry E. Frase

In: The New School Management by Wandering Around

Chapter 9: Dealing with Unmet Expectations: Marginal and Incompetent Teachers

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Dealing with Unmet Expectations: Marginal and Incompetent Teachers
Dealing with unmet expectations: Marginal and incompetent teachers

A clever arrangement of bad eggs will never make a good omelet.

—C. S. Lewis

Thus far in this book, discussions about faculty have been very positive and focused on what administrators can do to help capable teachers do their best work. Most teachers enter the profession to help youth learn, and it is the administrator's job to offer them tools and resources to help them succeed. We addressed this in Chapter 4 by presenting strategies for fostering the improvement ethic and sense of efficacy in teachers. In Chapter 5, we explored the intricacies of MBWA principals having knowledge and understanding of researched-based curriculum development and instructional strategies. In Chapter 6, ...

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