Several factors must be understood and shared understood, and considered in decision making while advocating for structural changes in the way schools run.
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May 26, 2015
May 21, 2015
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.
May 10, 2015
Gary Marx's 21 trends offer a framework and guidance to prepare our schools for this century.
May 07, 2015
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.
April 09, 2015
Will New Teacher Evaluation Requirements and Increased Focus on Standardized Testing Have Any Positive Results?
How can we assess teachers as doing a good job or not, if the system in which they are working does not allow for designing the learning opportunities required to prepare their students?
March 29, 2015
Leaders cannot create a vision with teachers and parents and students and colleagues, if they do not know what the world holds as it waits for our students to arrive at college or career.
March 10, 2015
The National Science Teachers Association's ability to reach science educators across the country is unmatched, so we're excited to partner to provide administrators and teachers the tools needed to prepare students to become the innovators of tomorrow.
March 08, 2015
Administrators, whether a school principal or a district or instructional leader, need to know and understand the changes that need to be made in science instruction, to understand what the new science teaching and learning will look like in the classroom and realize the teacher professional development, support, and resources needed to achieve this vision.
February 17, 2015
"The Imitation Game" offers an example of what a STEM-based school could accomplish.
February 08, 2015
The principal as lead reader begins with questioning the assumption that all teachers are "readers." It includes reading and sharing the joy and the new information that results regularly.