Guest blogger Denisha Merriweather believes, "Education choice gives communities the ability to use their own strengths as a starting point for change."
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June 08, 2017
This is the time for powerful allies but it requires the open hand of a school leader, not to receive a check but to work together on behalf of children.
June 06, 2017
We do not only need talented STEM teachers who know those four subjects well, we need teachers who understand and incorporate the arts, history, literature, physical education as inter-disciplinary and connected.
June 04, 2017
Guest blogger Ruth Ebenstein writes, "No matter how experienced you are, sometimes you cannot be the one to teach the lesson. You alone cannot be the one to foster the change."
June 01, 2017
If the reasons for the lack of female leadership in our schools and our nation is due to unexplored beliefs about the roles of men and women, then models alone won't serve.
May 30, 2017
We cannot allow the new philosophy in Washington to change our 'state of mind'. We believe in our purpose and in every child.
May 28, 2017
Guest blogger J.M. Myers, M.D. writes, "Rarely does a clinical day of a child psychiatrist go by now without some Internet related stressor making an appearance."
May 25, 2017
The problem solvers of the future are those who see and identify problems before they arise. They are problem finders. These leaders anticipate issues without needing others to identify them and bring them forward for solution.
May 23, 2017
J. M. Myers M.D. returns as a guest blogger to write this two-part series about mental health in our schools. Here, in part one, he shares his view of the good news.
May 21, 2017
When the negativity and opposition rises, leaders need to become listeners. It is the only way forward without losing ground.