Children are happier, more cooperative and more willing to make positive changes in their behavior when those in positions of authority do things with them rather than to them or for them. High Expectations produce achievement. Learning occurs best when each student is active in a positive, academically challenging environment.All children have value and are able to learn with appropriate support. Learning is maximized through the development of self-worth and pride and achievement. Self-disciplined students are productive students.
A successful teacher motivates, encourages, and values the worth of every student. Instruction should motivate, encourage curiosity, develop interests, and foster a positive attitude learning Goals and expectations need to be clear and consistent for staff and students. The school environment should be caring, comfortable, and safe. The school improvement occurs when the faculty, parents, and community are committed to quality education.