What Do We Need to Become 21st-Century Schools?

Teaching and learning that is required in a STEM based environment benefits all students and demands that teaching and learning be responsive to 21st century needs.


Improving Education Takes More Than Minutes

Several factors must be understood and shared understood, and considered in decision making while advocating for structural changes in the way schools run.


Teachers and Leaders: Stress and Burnout Can Be Ameliorated

The matter of stress and burnout in education is as important as it is in health care and police work.


Technology and Ethics: Essential Graduation Requirements

It is only with the strong dedication to model and teach ethical behavior, questioning, concern, and objective consideration of the results of actions that our students will be prepared for the unknown world in which they will live.


Leaders: Are You Listening or Hearing? It Makes a Difference.

We assert that listening is an underdeveloped communication skill for leaders, maybe for all of us.


Assessment, Grades, and Feedback: Where Do You Stand Now?

When done well, the evaluation process is open and fair, well communicated, and in the best of cases, leaves room for improvement before a final, summative evaluation takes place.


Are We Preparing Students for College, Career, and Incarceration?

Are white educators perpetuating the very negative behaviors in black students that socialize them differently than white students?


Consensus in Action: I Understand. I Can Agree. I Will Support.

Consensus becomes the scythe that clears the path forward.


Reflections on 3 of Gary Marx's 21 Trends for the 21st Century

Gary Marx's 21 trends offer a framework and guidance to prepare our schools for this century.


Stop the Blame Game and Change the System

Rather than calling for more accountability, higher standards, and standardized measures, we urge a halt to the blame game and a call for a plan that allows all schools to engage and prepare more students for success.


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