The attention to how we speak is truly the attention to how we feel. It seems that how we feel is not as private as we think. This does not go unnoticed in our schools and it must not go unaddressed.
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February 04, 2016
January 31, 2016
The success of leaders depends, maybe more now than ever, upon the ability to know one's self, be one's self, and stay true to the purpose that guides one's life.
January 12, 2016
A difference can be made as we work with our students to recognize and acknowledge the bias that exists, to call it out when it exists, and to develop the inner strength to walk the tough path of trailblazers.
December 20, 2015
Leaders can invite all in a building to become more alert to language; the risk is worth it and the trust that is built transforms.
December 15, 2015
Justice Scalia's remarks related to higher education, but their roots lie deeply buried in K-12 education.
November 15, 2015
The Mizzou story can be a reminder to all leaders that the care of any organization, whether a business, the K-12 system, or a higher education institution, ultimately rests on the moral principles of those in charge.
November 05, 2015
With all the attention being paid to academic success and high standards, we can not leave the work of school culture and the manner in which the business of teaching and learning takes place behind.
October 15, 2015
A leader's ethical compass must be held so synonymously with self-identity that it can't be compromised without alarms going off in our heads and hearts telling us we are lost.
August 20, 2015
What if goals were limited and crafted to invite attention to all of the four domains: work, home, community, and self?
August 09, 2015
Exploring the cultural values that students are exposed to, and guiding them through an honest exploration of what they think and feel about those values before embracing them, is future building.