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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Determining a collaborative leadership model

Education Evolving and CTQ have partnered to create these resources for the Teacher-Powered Schools Initiative, which seeks to highlight successes around the country.

Visit the CTQ website to learn more about how CTQ brings educators and school system leaders together in other ways to improve public education for every student.