San Francisco Community School (SFCS): Support and Accountability Path

What do individuals working in teacher-powered schools do when they feel that a colleague is not living up to team commitments, a team or committee agreement, or contractual obligations? The answer varies by school. This example of a “Support and Accountability Path” developed by the San Francisco Community School, a teacher-powered school since 1972, shows how procedures can be clearly defined and communicated.

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