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April 29, 2014

Does Culture Eat Strategy for Lunch?

According to evidence from research and the field, professional learning that leads to changed practices requires a commitment to a culture of continuous improvement, says Stephanie Hirsh.

April 29, 2014

Study: Growth in K-12 Education Sector Creates Demand For New Leaders

A changing education landscape in the nation's largest cities is spurring demand for skilled leaders in education administration.

April 28, 2014

New Reporter Joins the District News and Leadership Beats

Denisa R. Superville, formerly of The Record in Bergen County, N.J., will cover school district news and leadership issues for Education Week.

April 27, 2014

Peter DeWitt's Bold and Audacious Invitation

Peter DeWitt is inviting the much needed conversation. He is creating a space that holds possibility for finding common ground by inviting people who have expressed opinions that are different from his to be guest bloggers. And he has invited his followers, should they agree or disagree with these divergent views, to comment.

April 24, 2014

Policymaking and Innovation Mindsets

About a week into my tenure as the director of the new Race to the Top program in 2009, I found myself enmeshed in policy conversations that were wholly unfamiliar to me. "I understand that you want to give states all this freedom to innovate," I was told, "but how are we going to prevent bad actors from doing harm?"

April 24, 2014

Can We Quantify Great Teaching?

A great teacher cares about giving every student the best education possible. They teach with high standards, and encourage confidence and the courage to learn. And, they see and know each student because they care deeply.

April 22, 2014

Springtime Evaluations Offer a Glorious Opportunity

Thinking about the conversations with faculty and staff now, as the evaluation process is in full gear, can set the beginning of a new journey. Not a big shift, more like a rudder, unseen but causing the shift into a new direction.

April 20, 2014

Seasons, Holidays, and Children

As our society has become more diverse, in color, country of origin, and religion, we should consider the messages that our students are receiving even outside of our schools.As we develop school environments that accept and protect all children from bullying, marginalization, exclusion, or simply being ignored, should we be watching how their larger world is behaving?

April 17, 2014

Combat Summertime Adult Learning Loss

Carol Fran├žois shares several ideas for combatting summer learning loss, both for students and educators.

April 17, 2014

Leadership Is a State of Mind

How we meet the challenges of the day, our state of mind, our capacity to accept the bad days and the good days for what they are, makes a difference in ourselves and in those we ask to follow us.

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