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September 29, 2013

The Common-Core Debate Continues

There are many misunderstandings the Common Core. We must listen to the voices of opposition and address concerns and misunderstandings the best way we know how.

September 24, 2013

We Can Learn About Building Community From 'The Big Bang Theory'

In order to lead successful schools we must know how to develop and sustain inclusive communities of which we can be a part.

September 22, 2013

We May All Have Students Who Smoke Pot - Now What?

Marijuana and other drug use are contributing our challenge. While we struggle to raise scores, have students be more engaged, raise attendance rates, help students become part of our communities, we may be pushing hard against a tide we have, societally, not addressed.

September 17, 2013

Do I Really Have to Lead Technology?

Whether we have technology integrators in our schools or not, leaders need to understand this extraordinary panorama ourselves. This is necessary if we are to legitimize our claim that we are leading schools that will help our graduates to be college and career ready.

September 10, 2013

Successful Leaders Will 'Find a Way'

We must not allow our compliance to extinguish the passion that brought us to this work. Our challenge is to carry the weight of the mandate while working with faculty to create the best implementation.

August 25, 2013

She Called Him 'Sweetheart'

Our students need to receive the type of attention Antoinette Tuff demonstrated.

August 22, 2013

Surveys Don't Build Trust...Leaders Do

If surveys and the resulting process do not build relationships between the school and community through leadership, then there is no gain.

August 15, 2013

The Children Are Waiting in Rows

It is possible that to legislate that schools not only be required to teach academics, but to teach academics harnessing these games.

August 13, 2013

Evaluations: Change Without Judgment, Cynicism, or Fear

The design of the accountability processes and timelines are flawed AND we must suspend judgment within the organization in order to lead, learn and implement the change. We must be skillful enough to hold this paradox.

August 11, 2013

Life After This Scarlet-Letter Week

How can policy be good if it hurts children? Make this our leadership moment.

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