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September 07, 2013

What Will Be Your Faculty Focus?

For too long faculty meetings have been about lists and compliance but this year each month will bring a new faculty focus.

August 01, 2013

Do Schools Work Hard Enough to Engage Parents?

Schools say they believe in 'Parental Involvement' but what does that mean?

July 22, 2013

Schools Need to Be More 'Consultant Savvy'

For too long, schools have been exposed to educational consultants who say they are experts in their field when they really lack any experience at all.

July 07, 2013

Take a Risk...Flip Your Parent Communication!

The Flipped model can clearly be a fad, but it doesn't have to be if it is done with integrity.

June 22, 2013

Are Substitute Teachers Qualified To Be In the Classroom?

Substitute teaching can be a thankless job, especially if they aren't very good at it.

June 06, 2013

Do We Meet Our Students' Expectations?

Educators always have expectations of their students but do students have expectations of their teachers?

May 31, 2013

A Blog About Finding Our Happy Place...

Bellingham, Washington Principal Bob Sampson gave his students a sun day, instead of a snow day so they could see that life outside of school is just as important.

May 24, 2013

Creating a Plan Is Easy...Following Through Is Hard

When it comes to school climate, creating a plan is easy but following through is hard.

May 15, 2013

Does Arts Education Matter?

Arts education often has to prove that it leads to student achievement, but what does student achievement mean?

May 14, 2013

New Leaders Don't Have to 'Fly Solo'

New leaders often feel they have to know it all before they enter a position, when the real power of the position is in the learning that happens from the people around them.

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