Women have long been ignored in the field of leadership in education. Don't you think it's about time they got the respect they deserve?

Using data properly can lead us to better student outcomes, and after a few years of battle with it, I'm calling a truce.

More than 30 years later we may still be A Nation At Risk but for many different reasons.

In the area of thought leaders, education tends to be dominated by men. However, there are at least 16 women who every educator should know about.

Every time we engage with our students and parents matters because they are making judgments about us that may be untrue, and we should understand that we too are making decisions about all of them...within a blink of an eye.

Teacher leaders can be an asset for schools, but choosing the right person for the position may be more complicated than you think.

Through finding common ground new ideas are created, but are we actually listening?

What does your child's school lunch look like? It's about time we should be saying, "Houston...we have a problem."

In today's guest blog co-authors Mary Jane O'Connell and Kara Vandas offer five steps to get students to partner with their teachers in learning.

Middle school is such an interesting time of life. But are they education's middle child?

The opinions expressed in Peter DeWitt's Finding Common Ground are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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