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Zora Wolfe

Zora Wolfe

Assistant Professor in K-12 Educational Leadership, Widener University

Dr. Zora Wolfe is an Assistant Professor of Education, at Widener University (Chester, PA) where she primarily teaches in the K-12 Educational Leadership Program. Her areas of expertise include teacher leadership, collaborative inquiry communities, and developing teacher practice. Her current research focuses on how principals can support teachers in their development as teacher leaders.

Her career has spanned teaching kindergarten in an American school in Taiwan, to teaching high school math and science in New York City and Denver, CO. She was part of the founding staff and Principal of a charter high school, and also has experience as an Assistant Principal and Curriculum Director at the K-12 levels.

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  • School Leadership
    Instead of focusing on individuals, school leaders should work to foster a school-wide culture of innovation. Here’s a way to do that.