Leadership is not simply management. This is nowhere more evident than in educational settings where true leaders inspire, engage, facilitate and motivate both teachers and students to achieve success. But what makes a good educational leader? And how do leaders better foster an environment where the foundation of student-centered education thrives?
At INSPIRE 2014, Bill Bryan, co-founder and vice president for leadership and organization development at the Center for Secondary School Redesign, led a session entitled “Successful School Transformation Only Happens with a New Lens on Leadership.”
After the session, Mr. Bryan sat down for an interview to discuss transformative leadership and its effects on assessments and personalization in educational settings.