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December 15, 2013

Social Media: An Asset for Teachers and Leaders

The use of social media as a communication tool for educators is inevitable. The paramount value of using social media is the creation and maintenance of relationships. It is a communication accelerant that moves information between people faster than we have ever experienced and, in fewer words than we are used to using.

December 12, 2013

Tennessee District's Distributed Leadership Model Fosters Innovation, Entrepreneurship

Dr. Lyle Ailshie, Superintendent of Kingsport City Schools in eastern Tennessee, authors a guest post on the district's multi-level leadership strategy to help foster professional learning, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

December 12, 2013

Teacher and Principal Evaluation for Improvement or a Score?

The potential the evaluation process holds has been diminished by the rush to implement. It takes time to reflect on practice and have discussions about changing behaviors. Are we allowing for the creation and protection of environments that encourage people to develop their creativity, adaptability, and passion?

December 12, 2013

Share the Wheel for a Smoother Journey

Most of us have times when we are in the driver's seat as well as times when we feel like we are in the passenger seat. When it comes to school leadership, a willingness to share the wheel may result in reaching your destination more easily.

December 10, 2013

New York City's Next Chancellor: The Rumored Short List

Speculation is rampant over who might become New York City's next schools chancellor under newly elected mayor Bill de Blasio.

December 10, 2013

How Can We Expand Our Capacity to Teach and Improve Learning?

Teachers have worked harder within the same system that has been in place for many decades. There comes a point where harder won't help. Too many factors exist now for a 'work harder' mentality to be successful.

December 09, 2013

Prioritizing Your Own Learning When You Lead Others is a Tough Task

"Calgon, take me away!" Tracy Crow remembers watching commercials for Calgon bath products and thinking, yes, when she's an adult, shell need a soothing bubble bath to escape the stresses of daily life. Since then, she has learned that, when it comes to prioritizing our own learning needs as leaders, we need to make "me time" public.

December 08, 2013

We Need 'A Little Bit of Mandela' in Every Leader

Courage requires great heart and it calls us to withhold power from the hands of fear. There is so much fear around us now we must be more courageous. Whether leading a nation or a school, we are called to dare greatly, some days more than others.

December 06, 2013

Building a Bench of Strong Principals: What Would It Take?

A new report from education consultants at Bain & Company outlines barriers and solutions to developing deeper cadres of principal talent.

December 06, 2013

Scaling Nonprofits: Lessons from the Experts

Is your nonprofit making a difference in your community? Are you starting to think about national expansion? Here is some advice from five experts.

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