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Leading Together Research

Sara Rimm-Kaufman
Micela Leis and Carol Paxton

“Leading Together has all the critical features needed to become a model for school change: effective school leadership, positive adult relationships in schools, and relational trust. Leading Together is the only existing intervention that brings principals, teachers, and other school staff together to pause, reflect, learn skills, and then, return to their school to produce change.”

Leading Together Two-Year Study Final Report from the University of Virginia (July 2014).

The Courage & Renewal pilot study, Leading Together: Building Adult Community in Schools is grounded in a logic model developed in collaboration with Dr. Sara Rimm-Kaufman and colleagues at the Social Development Laboratory of the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia.