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June 03, 2014

Open Up Camp Philos

Creating the environment for an education summit such as this is laudable. But, we want in. We all want what is best for children. We are the closest to the heart of the matter.

June 02, 2014

Let's 'See Each Other Through' the Learning

Carol Fran├žois explores how Daniel Pontefract's book, Flat Army, demands we change our habits and mindsets about leading and learning.

June 01, 2014

Holding The Conversation About Mental Health

Mental illness is confusing and frightening and has been ignored or pushed aside as an issue for our schools and for our country. Beginning by learning more, opening conversations in our districts, with our colleagues and with experts will be a step forward.

May 29, 2014

We Need to Get Better at Doing Our Own Public Relations

Word spreads easily when we are against something. Negativity loves company. But public relations is a profession and it is not in our training. It is not a matter of defending our profession. Rather, it is a matter of being better at sharing what it is we do and inviting conversations with those who do not understand.

May 28, 2014

Education Week Looking for Innovative and Inspiring District Leaders

July 1 is the deadline to nominate creative district-level personnel for the Leaders To Learn From class of 2015.

May 27, 2014

Learning from the Heart this Summer

In planning her summer learning, Stephanie Hirsh turns to a favorite author, John Kotter. Explore some of his ideas on leadership and change and how his writing can help with transformation.

May 27, 2014

Educators With Ideas for Solutions: Speak Up!

If those legislating the changes want to improve schools, let's get better at voicing an alternative to their plan. Let's have that plan encompass more than a demand for more money. That 20th century strategy will no longer work.

May 25, 2014

Common Core is Hard Work

We need to get better at teaching the public what it is we do, what our work truly is, and the process through which we all go in order to get where we are headed.

May 22, 2014

Improve Teacher Retention by Finding Out What Makes Veteran Teachers Special

We can learn an enormous amount about how to make schools happier and healthier places for both children and adults by studying what psychological qualities the most committed teachers possess.

May 20, 2014

Expanding Recognition

Make a commitment to acknowledging the little things. Those acts are encouraged when recognized, actually by anyone. These acts are the ones not explicit in a job description of the faculty or grades of students, but they do call us to a higher level of being human.

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