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April 26, 2015

Groupthink Prevents the Real Questions From Being Answered

We need to return to values and to the common ground that was held when public education became a part of the fabric of our society.

April 21, 2015

Accountability, Assessment, and Atlanta: Lessons for Educators

No longer is it about how one teaches, it is about what children learn. The stakes have changed.

April 16, 2015

Changing Expectations Can Improve Student Achievement #TBT

Changing the way teachers think about their students and their expectations of them may be the key, the missing piece to all the hard work being done in schools to help all students achieve.

April 14, 2015

Leaders' Integrity Can Grow One Decision at a Time

The leaders' capacity to be consistently unbiased, fair, and equitable as decisions are made establishes the values a school and its community hold, and increases the trust they have in their leader.

April 12, 2015

Policy Leaders: Stop Blaming Educators and Help Us Change the System Instead

Come together and build a new design to offer an alternative rather than waste creative energy trying to find new ways to tear down the existing schools and the professionals who work in them.

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?

April 02, 2015

Are Schools Developing the Next-Gen Woman Leaders?

As educators, how girls and boys are treated and how adult behaviors are viewed can impact this next generation of men and women and their attitudes about women's role in leadership.

March 31, 2015

Evaluation Season: Do You Calculate or Motivate?

Is the purpose of the evaluation to measure a place on a continuum of professional achievement OR to identify strengths and areas for improvement that result in more successful learning for students?

March 26, 2015

Redefining Boundaries: 21st-Century Schools

The work being done to inform the public about new and emerging pedagogies can be the lever with which educational leaders can advocate for the structural changes to crusty old 20th century model.

March 24, 2015

What Happens to Disenfranchised Students?

It is every educator's job to create a culture where all young people can find themselves, known and welcome.

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