We have experts already on school campuses. While principals can do a great job of managing programs and personnel, they may fall short when it comes to teacher support; they are not the experts. Teachers are the experts. While it costs money to give release periods, it can pay dividends in the classroom. Give lead teachers a 20% release period to work with their peers on a daily basis to provide support, insight, coordination of curriculum, lesson design, etc. Maybe a 20% release period for every 5 teachers on staff. NOT a full position! The lead teachers must teach 60-80%, lest they forget what it likes to be a part of the rigid daily structure.