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November 07, 2013

Facing Racism

Each of us is a more courageous leader if we wrestle with ourselves to know whatever bias lives in us. We have children watching and waiting for us to do something.

November 05, 2013

N.Y.C. and Boston Elect Mayors; Usher in New Schooling Eras

Democrat Bill de Blasio wins by a landslide in New York City, while state Rep. Martin J. Walsh is elected in Boston.

November 05, 2013

Standardized Test Results Are Only One Measure of Our Work

Defining and reporting on multiple measures is more work. But, it may serve to balance our focus so that standardized testing results takes it rightful place as just one indicator of the work we do.

November 03, 2013

Leading Our Schools: Two Lessons From Apple's Angela Ahrendts

We are not the only profession being besieged with negativity, disagreement, and anxiety. We are simply one part of this world engaged in grinding gears, building boundaries, captured by disagreement and fear.

October 31, 2013

Cultural Zombies and Vampires, Oh My!

Vampires and zombies could be present in your organization even when it's not Halloween. Learn about who they are and how they could be sucking the life out of your culture and super star contributors!

October 31, 2013

Should Secondary Schools Start Later?

A decision to change start times in a school district is one of the most complex decisions we can make in schools. Nothing we do, nothing, is without unintended or willing consequences.

October 30, 2013

Tensions and Paradoxes in Singapore's Education System

Pak Tee Ng discusses how two secondary education admission policy changes are raising questions about fair assessments and holistic education. As Ng states, "On one hand, we send signals to broaden the definition of success. On the other hand, we may have inadvertently set up more areas for competition." As he further explains, "education reform is seldom, if ever, merely an education issue. It is deeply entwined with societal culture... The debate is a process of national soul searching about what education really means to us as a society."

October 29, 2013

Los Angeles Unified's Leadership: A Trip Down Memory Lane

Since 2000, the district has had four superintendents. Only former Colorado Gov. Roy Romer lasted longer than three years.

October 29, 2013

Los Angeles Leaders Exert Pressure to Keep Superintendent Deasy

John Deasy has reportedly told confidantes that the school board is making it too difficult to pursue his reform agenda for the nation's largest school district.

October 29, 2013

Seven Trends Impacting Edu-Jobs

Katie McNerney thinks about the future of education and the talent that will be required to unlock the potential. The CEO of EdFuel hangs out at 1776, a D.C. startup accelerator, with founder Kathleen deLaski, also the president of the deLaski Family Foundation.

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