Diane Rado
Chicago Tribune
Like educators across Illinois, Bolingbrook High School teachers were asked to share candid observations about their administrators as part of an anonymous state survey earlier this year — and they didn't hold back.

About 70 percent of the teachers surveyed disagreed or strongly disagreed that their principal is an effective manager; that it's OK to discuss frustrations with the principal; and that a member of the school leadership team "knows what's going on my classroom."