Grading Students' Work: Past or Future World? #TBT

How can we consider changing the tradition of grading without engaging in serious and respectful conversations with those advocating for it?


Leading Us Deeper Into 21st-Century Schools

Change is demanded by the times we live in, by those who are at the edge of the new economy and, most importantly, by the children who are arriving at school.


Do Superintendents Matter?

Each role in our systems plays a part in the success of students. But the tone and energy of the district flows from the CEO.


5 Steps Toward Solving the Inbox Paradox

Whether it is through to-do lists or mindfulness, leaders need to develop those habits that allow us to be present in the moment with the person or issue in front of us.


The Leadership Path Less Taken

Leaders must model respect and likeability. Teachers follow and then when students tend to like teachers who feel good about them, they become more engaged in learning.


Police, Racism, and Violence: What It Means for Us

The vigilant self-knowing that is being demanded from police is also one demanded of us.


Teacher-Preparation Programs and Change #TBT

It will always be the responsibility of those in leadership to hire those graduates who are the best prepared and continue their education until they are ready to fly on their own.


School Start Times Can Leverage Deeper Change

Take advantage of the interest in changing school schedules and roll the rest of what needs to change for 21st century learning into this conversation.


Girls and Technology: Painting a New Picture

Programming is a creative, social endeavor. Girls need to know that.


Plant the Seeds for Future Thanksgivings in Kindergarten

Child development and curriculum in classrooms should be inexorably linked. We both believe that as a basic tenet of all school design.


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