Not long ago, two teachers asked me a question that I found rather poignant: How could they help make their schools successful when their principals have no interest in changing what they’re doing?

The occasion was the National Title I Conference in Salt Lake City. I had met the two on a street corner outside the conference after a talk I gave to a large audience of teachers, principals, and district-level staff about the critical role that school leaders play in “It’s Being Done” schools.

What, the two teachers asked, could they do to help their principals be the kind of leader I had talked about?

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