Teachers’ Roles in School Decision Making and School Performance

By Richard M. Ingersoll, Philip Sirinides, Patrick Dougherty • Mar 27, 2018

It is almost universally recognized that how schools are organized and managed—the realm of school leadership—is crucial for the success of students and school performance.1 Moreover, school officials and reformers have long held that the key to successful school leadership is to make the core activities of teaching and learning the primary focus of those making the decisions and managing schools.2