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How One Affected A School's Culture

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June 21st: this was an important day for students and teachers. The teachers turned in their final grades, cleaned their classrooms, packed up their supplies, and headed out the door to start their vacation. However, this joyous day was made even sweeter for the faculty and staff. ’s contentious principal for the last three years had resigned his post. He had decided to take an administrative position in an Orange County school district. Many Lenore High teachers couldn’t hide their elation. For three hard years, teachers, counselors, and administrators at this school had to contend with boorish behavior, favoritism, disparaging e-mail comments, bullying, and shady practices from their leader. His tenure at the school was marked by involuntary transfers of teachers, the near dismantling of special education, resignations, and the loss of nearly half of its students to other schools. The situation was so dire that nearly 90% of the teachers and counselors - http://hararonline.com/?s=counselors at the school gave him a vote of no-confidence in a specially held union referendum last year.<br>
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Also, http://alicewbryant.somebody.io/ - http://alicewbryant.somebody.io/ he earned the ire of officials at the district office who grew tired of the numerous complaints and grievances filed against him. Now, this bad principal was leaving on his own accord. And he did so at the right time. Lenore High - a perennially low-ranked school in a economically depressed area of Los Angeles County - was posting some of the highest test scores and graduation rates in years. Still, the animosity could not be ignored. He had worn out his welcome a long time ago and many teachers were happy to see him leave. He dressed and acted the part of a leader when placed in a public setting. Lenore High School’s dilemma illustrated something that is rarely mentioned in talks about school reform: leadership at the top. Simply put, ineffective leaders lack most if not all these qualities. Additionally, they can be too passive or too aggressive. In other cases, their intentions mired in obscurity.<br>
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There were some distinctions Dr. Stone had. He dressed and acted the part of a leader when placed in a public setting. He gave great speeches to faculty, staff and the students. In addition, he always appeared lively and friendly. Most of all, he was decisive -- even if the decisions he made were simply wrong for the situation. So What Did He Do Wrong? However, in private, he was a different person. Told a teacher to "shut-up" in front of staff members (a rarity considering being upfront and personal was not his style). Disparaged teacher by belittling their professionalism, intelligence, and dedication. In many cases, these e-mail comments went out to everyone in the school, thus embarrassing the teacher before his or her peers. Turned down, ignored, or blocked requests from teachers, especially pertaining to supplies without any explanation given. In addition, he blocked transfer request (a record number of teachers wanted to leave the campus).<br>
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Did a vanishing act. The amount of time spent on campus decreased during his tenure. He spent much of his time at the district office complaining about the teacher’s union or was in his office on campus with the door closed. He mostly communicated to the staff and students through a PA system or his favorite - emails. Childish behavior. According to a union representative, he held grudges against those who criticized him, and he never put it aside. The union president saw this behavior first-hand when Dr. Stone slammed his office door in his face after delivering a batch of teacher complaints to him. The relationship between the two never thawed after that event (not even a handshake was given). Dr. Stone’s departure will not be missed. By the time June of 2012 arrived, most teachers at Lenore High School and other campuses in the district (his reputation was that bad) wanted to disassociate from him. This list can go on and on. Aside from the personality issues, Dr. Stone had done other things that brought his ethics into question as well. He ignored the provision stated - http://www.becomegorgeous.com/topics/provision%20stated in IEPs (Individual Education Plan) for students with learning disabilities.<br>
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He went against district and state protocols to place these students (some with reading ability at a 3rd grade level) in honor courses. And then, he sent an e-mail instructing teachers to not give any students a failing grade. On top of all that, he purposely short-changed supplies to teachers he didn’t like, and forced many others to teach curriculum they were not trained or credentialed to do so (this was particularly true for the special education teachers). Dr. Stone’s departure will not be missed. By the time June of 2012 arrived, most teachers at Lenore High School and other campuses in the district (his reputation was that bad) wanted to disassociate from him. As of 2015, The principal in question has moved on to a new school district. This time, he's at a larger district and at a larger high school. However, this hasn't changed his old ways. Recently, somebody posted a critique on a teacher-rating site, in which he was harshly judged. There are two comments to accompany the ratings.<br>

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