Whole-school improvement is generated by a critical mass of leaders and teachers committed to continuing professional development, which in turn grows out of their sustained, collaborative, critically reflective practice. The following may be taken as principles to guide your efforts in promoting autonomy, participation and cooperation in individuals, teams and communities.
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