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August 21, 2014

Throwback Thursday: Responding to Depression in Our Schools

On this #tbt, the good news is we continue to learn about depression and share the data. The challenging news is, as the numbers reported are becoming larger, our knowledge about how to address these struggling children may not be growing.

August 19, 2014

Make Each Child the Focus: Organize the Year Around Questions

Let this year be one in which more students find their place in a welcoming school and classroom. Plan for it to be the year when every student's path to success is achieved because we were able to keep that as the focus of our work...all year long.

August 17, 2014

Tacoma School District's Journey: The Apology to Mr. Gaylord

Forty-two years later, we cannot make up for the mistakes of an unfortunate past, but we can at least acknowledge them and let those affected know that regret doesn't end when the old guard moves on.

August 15, 2014

"Watch Your Mouth!" Your Employer Is Listening

What do employers think about cussing in the workplace? How can a foul-mouth influence students? Review considerations talent managers should be thinking through to mitigate poor language in their organizations.

August 15, 2014

Superintendent in Mississippi Defends District Against Cheating Allegations

As a state investigation into cheating allegations continue, Dennis Dupree, Sr., the superintendent in Clarksdale, Miss., says his district's academic improvements are the result of hard work.

August 14, 2014

Jobs Report: An Education Imperative

The lingering unemployment crisis points to need for young people to develop the skills needed for the workplace.

August 14, 2014

Throwback Thursday: Achievement, Assessment, and Accountability

If we continue to focus on student growth and improvement as learners, keep track of that progress, and watch its impact on standard test results, will we be able to know if what we are doing is helping students develop as learners and thinkers.

August 12, 2014

No Textbooks: A New Responsibility for Teachers and Leaders

The move away from textbooks must be accompanied by a responsibility to create the time, space, and guidance in which teachers can research new resources and use them to transform the work being done in and outside of their classrooms.

August 10, 2014

Reflection and Renewal Sustain Leaders

The focus on knowledge, skills and measurements must not pull us away from the essential need for learning and growing the inner lives of those who lead.

August 07, 2014

Throwback Thursday: Fired for Being Gay

The bias that raged in the 20th century proved to serve no purpose other than to cause damage. As we have moved away from the exaggerated bias, fear mongering, and exclusion of those considered different from the majority, inclusion offers some healing.

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