- The moral imperative is the commitment to serve every student. It is also the value of raising the bar and closing the achievement gap.
- Moral imperative realized is getting the job done. It is the implementation of effective strategies that are steeped in evidence and research so that achievement gaps are closed and students are successful.
- The moral imperative is important to society because if there is not a commitment to students first then students will not learn what they need to know. Ultimately, this will have a negative impact on society.
- It’s not enough to just keep stating the vision that all students can and should learn but to create the reality so that happens.
Michael Fullan’s Topic Videos is a series of 22 short clips, 2-3 minutes each delve into a variety of educational topics . These videos include real life examples suitable for teachers, principals, and administrators. The videos are designed and filmed to illustrate ‘motion leadership in action’.
What are your take-a-ways from ‘The Moral Imperative’?