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December 13, 2015

ESSA: The Pendulum Swings Back

The policies are changing, the societal demand for schools and students to perform better and the need for us to rethink the teaching and learning demanded by this century are not diminishing.

October 30, 2015

Addressing Cyberbullying as a School Leader

Educators on the front lines can play an integral role in helping teens and their families make healthy choices as they navigate what happens on these new apps and sites.

October 27, 2015

President Obama, Are You Sure Standardized Testing Is the Problem?

From a political perspective, it might quiet the storm of opposition and save the standards but isn't it just the same reactivity that got us here in the first place?

October 20, 2015

Schools Need Design Teams

The organization of schools must be in sync with the world in which they are situated, and the one into which students will graduate and become a work force.

October 18, 2015

Ben Carson, You Made Us Think About Teaching and Learning

Ben Carson's shocking perspective and his wake up call words aren't to be ignored.

October 04, 2015

Arne Duncan to John King, Jr.: Leadership Change at the Department of Education

Acting Secretary, John King, Jr. is not one to shrink from controversy. It is unlikely that will be the definition of "acting" for him.

September 24, 2015

Leaders and Technology: Every Student's Need

Dismissing technology and its use because of discomfort or unfamiliarity or uninformed judgments has no place in an educational environment.

September 20, 2015

Ahmed and the Clock: Could This Happen in Your School?

The treatment of Ahmed Mohamed should serve as a wake-up call for everyone to step back, just a moment, to reflect on our fears and our rushes to judgment.

September 13, 2015

Later High School Start Times: Controversial Changes Begin Locally

If we are truly to be devoted to what is good for children and if it is our role to maximize their ability to learn and to support their physical and mental health, this has to become a seriously faced issue.

September 10, 2015

Parent Portals Open Grading Discussions

The time has come to reexamine how students are evaluated within schools, discussing it openly and honestly, and making decisions about how to best motivate and engage learners while capturing their achievement.

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