Editorial: Striving Toward Success
Abstract: If it takes a village to raise a child, as some might say, it might take an entire school or district population to create a culture of success. Everyone must be on board and willing to contribute time, resources and feedback. Creating a culture of success within an educational institution seems like something that should be on all administrators’ and teachers’ agendas. This likely isn’t always the case, however, as educators are too busy preparing students to take standardized tests and fitting in day-to-day school subjects and activities. Yet the importance of a successful school or district culture is not lost.
Keywords: Primary and Secondary Education Brief - Continuous Improvement