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May 15, 2018

Leadership Endings and Personal Lessons

Themes of inclusiveness, of passion and purpose, of questioning and listening, and of integrity, respect and courage permeate our five years of writing. They are attributes of leadership that go beyond the knowledge and skill of the work itself.

May 10, 2018

Schools Must Continue to Teach and Practice Respect

We wish it were as easy for a respectful leader to build a respectful culture system-wide. It isn't, but it is definitely worth the daily effort. And, it has integrity.

May 08, 2018

Students' Perceptions of Teacher Quality

John R. Jones and Misty Henry report: "Today, schools are under tremendous pressure to improve student achievement and sometimes at the expense of failing to help teachers get better at instruction. It seems the emphasis is placed on lack of student achievement and not on its remedy."

May 03, 2018

Children Deserve Their Childhoods. Schools Can Do Something About That.

We still hope for some bits of innocence in childhood. We aspire to days that are carefree and playful. We think those days help form us as adults. Schools can play a role.

May 01, 2018

The Effects of Unequal School Discipline Strategies

Guest blogger Amanda Ronan writes, "The harsh reality is that certain discipline practices are the reflections of institutionalized racism and outward discrimination against people of color and other underserved communities."

April 29, 2018

The Women We Need in Leadership

In all fields, women are seeking and finding greater voice. As they do, we remind all who lead that voice is what matters. Allow a person voice and they will speak and sing, become orators and actors and work together on teams.

April 26, 2018

Learning and Safety in the Time of School Shootings

It is important to teach children to understand something beyond 'us and them' and 'good or bad'. It is in the opposition of terms that fear, and sometimes hate, can develop.

April 24, 2018

Unequal School Discipline Strategies Set the Stage for Lifelong Discrimination

Guest blogger Amanda Ronan says, "As a school leader, you probably don't need federal guidelines to tell you whether these practices are negatively impacting your school and your students. School climate is under your jurisdiction, so you know what's bubbling up in your environment."

April 22, 2018

The Superintendent's Paradox: Time vs. Complexity & Ethical Behavior

No matter what a leader is facing, when both sides hold strong and in their own way are right, it takes time for a leader to resolve within her or himself how to proceed.

April 19, 2018

Teaching History With STE(A)M

We wonder if in teaching history as a story of facts, we have scrubbed it clean of the emotional story that carries the important messages.

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