Educators and administrators from across Canada convened in Saskatoon for the 35th annual Canadian Association of Principals Conference this week. Among the numerous concurrent session and keynote presentations during the three-day event, the 277 attendees heard from Dr. Anthony Muhammad, who challenged delegates to commit to authentic change in establishing a healthy school culture.
According to Muhammad, paramount to establishing that culture change meant a commitment to providing the very best possible educational experience for every child who walks through the doors of their respective schools. Muhammad suggested that as leaders in their schools, change will not happen without having the necessary uncomfortable conversations. For more on Muhammad and the conference, please visit the conference website.