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The Drive to Succeed: The Instructional Leader

Volume 11 - Issue 2

Derrick Love*

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    • Administrator, Chief Executive Officer, USA
    • *Corresponding author: Derrick Love, Administrator, Chief Executive Officer, Arizona, USA

Received: November 13, 2018;   Published: November 26, 2018

DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2018.10.002085

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Instructional leaders spend countless hours contemplating how to increase teacher efficacy that will influence directly to student achievement in the classroom. The rise of greater accountability in today’s K-12 assessment model empowers instructional leaders to look beyond their scope to see endless possibilities for both teachers and students. To identify the possibilities for teachers and students, an instructional leader must take a deeper look to identify barriers that hinder success. Leaders often find themselves engrossed in the day-to-day work, which distracts their focus and efforts to bring about effective change. Digging deeper into the root cause requires the instructional leader to create a shared purpose for teaching and learning. Precisely, one that fosters a community of trust, respect, and teamwork.