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Making good decisions is essential to education administration. To fully understand what it takes to make good decisions for any group, leaders must know how they themselves truly operate. Today's education administrators are more likely to involve the input of others because of this understanding. By taking on the opinions of others affected by the decision making process, education administrators are better able to make more effective calls on what's best for their teachers and students. The first decision for education administrators looking for extra guidance is to figure out how much influence they want from their chosen advisors during these situations. READ MORE HERE.
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