Do you ever feel like we have been talking about the same educational issues decade after decade? We are!


In a powerful blog by elementary principal Tony Sinanis, he writes about how he received an 11 out of 20 on his NY State growth score...but unfortunately cannot explain why because he doesn't get that information from NYSED.


Connected educators often get asked why technology and social media are so important...it's because of the connections we have made.


It's the beginning of a brand new year and pre-service teachers are entering into their student teaching experience. Are they already? Are the cooperating teachers prepared for the job?


Before we jump into accountability, today's guest blogger Jennifer Abrams says we should provide clarity first.


When a school leader announces they are an instructional leader, what does that mean...and should teachers hide as quickly as possible?


In this guest post, school leaders Vicki Day and Lisa Meade write about the benefits of using social media for school leaders...a population that often avoid it like the plague.


Flipped leadership isn't just for building leaders. It's an engaging way to communicate with staff, building leaders and the public.


Many believe that policy drives practice, but it's not that simple. Bad policies can demean teachers and students and ruin schools. How do we find the happy medium?


Inventing differentiation, a guest blog by Carol Ann Tomlinson.


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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