Principals' Social and Emotional Competence

December 17, 2019

School principals have substantial impacts on many aspects of their schools, including school climate and culture, teacher well-being and retention, and students’ school success. As such, the personal and professional development of principals is a key element in creating a caring school in which adults and children feel welcomed, cared for, and challenged. This issue brief, created by The Pennsylvania State University Edna Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center, reviews research on principal stress and makes recommendations on how to improve the lives of school site leaders. For more information on this brief, visit co-author Dr. Mark Greenberg's page at http://prevention.psu.edu/people/greenberg-mark.

 

 

 

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