Teachers can take a greater role in the overall success of the school when they commit to being active participants in the decision‐making process. Moreover, teachers need to feel they have more to offer to the school than just teaching within their classroom. Suggests that schools must understand that the entire system will benefit when teachers play an active role in controlling their work environment. Finally, everyone must be provided with as much recent research on participatory decision‐making processes as possible before implementation can be achieved successfully. At the same time, specific training should also be provided.
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