Communication is Not a Priority - It is the Priority

School Leaders Communication Priority

As a school leader, you are so busy with many things everything! Student data, parent conferences, IEP meetings, faculty meetings, dismissal procedures, student management, human resources, recruitment, policy, curriculum meetings, student programs, budgeting, campus planning, et cetera.

Notice the one thing absent from that list?

The list should read this way:

You are solely responsible for communication, it's easy to get busy with...

That difference is huge. Yes, school leaders are solely responsible for communication.

Like a floodgate, the school leader can let the communication flow or stop it entirely. Because you are so busy, it's easy for communication to just become another priority - but remember it is the priority.


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