- It keeps him academically sharp.
- It builds credibility with faculty.
- It builds credibility with students.
- It builds credibility with parents.
- It helps with the general budget.
- It assures the school has a quality classroom instructor.
- It helps with creating realistic and fair policies and procedures.
- It helps with implementing policies and procedures.
- It allows him to fulfill the name “headmaster."
- It gives him more buy-in to the whole school.
- It provides for him more compensation, especially in a young school.
- It requires him to see, grade, and enjoy the fruit of his administrative labors.
- It requires him to see, grade, and critique the fruit of his administrative labors so he has a better idea of how to help the school mature.
- It prevents administrative bloat, hiring too many administrators for menial work.
- It guards against administrative boredom and therefore administrative fidgeting.
by Brian G. Daigle
Brian G. Daigle