Chicago Principals Featured in The New York Times
March 10, 2017
We know that principals can make a difference. That’s why we were thrilled to see The New York Times recognize the progress Chicago’s schools are making thanks to strong school leadership.
The column also features Gregory Jones, the principal of Chicago’s Kenwood Academy High School and a current Principal Professional Learning Community leader and former member of The Fund’s Educator Advisory Committee, as well as Armando Rodriguez, the principal of Chicago’s Sarah E. Goode Stem Academy.
Read “Want to Fix Schools? Go to the Principal’s Office” to learn about Chicago’s improving public schools, and their lessons for the nation.