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January 07, 2014

Beginning the Year With Hope

Perhaps a resolution to restore and reignite hopefulness is timely. It might change our attitude and our interactions.

January 06, 2014

Boston's New Mayor Will Appoint Committee to Guide Search for Superintendent

New Mayor Martin J. Walsh will work with an appointed school committee to conduct a national search for a new schools chief in Boston.

January 06, 2014

The Future: What 32 Ed Leaders Are Excited About

With two historic shifts under way simultaneously—the adoption of common college- and career-ready standards, and the shift to personalized digital learning—we asked 32 education leaders what they were excited about.

January 05, 2014

Evaluate Traditions While Leading Change

Our most important job right now is to manage the raising of standards and educational rigor while protecting the space and attention given to the social emotional aspects of learning.

January 03, 2014

Violence, School Climate, and "Normal" (Part II)

A new book argues that building a nonviolent school climate is the responsibility of every school leader. The authors suggest how this might be achieved.

January 02, 2014

Reimagining Schools in a New Year

It seems counter intuitive that we are being called upon to develop youngsters who are innovators when we appear to be unable to innovate beyond the classroom. How can we develop innovators when we, ourselves, are not?

December 31, 2013

Can We Take Over the Reform Agenda?

What can we do now that we are in the middle of this shift in standards and accountability? We should do what our reformers failed to do. The first step (although we are in the middle) is to create a community with a vision that is led by our knowledge and questions about how to best prepare our graduates.

December 30, 2013

Carmen Fariña to Head New York City Schools Under de Blasio

Ms. Fariña served for more than four decades as a teacher, principal, district superintendent and deputy chancellor in the 1 million-student school system.

December 30, 2013

N.Y.C. Mayor-Elect to Appoint Veteran Educator Carmen Fariña as Chancellor

The New York Times reports that retired educator Carmen Farina, a former deputy chancellor for New York City schools, will lead the 1 million student system.

December 28, 2013

Did We Get 'Career Ready' Right?

If collaborative work environments have grown businesses into 21st century successes, why shouldn't schools truly operate on those principles?

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