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- Published October 17, 2019 11:55
- Professor Gary Martin FAIM FACE
OPINION: Listening to feedback can be confronting, but failure to do so can be detrimental to a school's performance.
Many of our good schools are missing something that by its very absence is holding them back from becoming great. And what it is may surprise you.
It is not the quality of our teachers, a lack of support from members of the parent community, the presence of difficult students, or even the adequacy of a school's resources.
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