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July 09, 2015

Good Communication: A Complex Path Toward Meaning

Relationships can be built or broken by a miscommunicated thought left unexplored.

July 07, 2015

Leading the Common Core: Engaging in Difficult Conversations

This Common Core business is not faring well and the students who are meant to be the beneficiaries are too often floundering along.

July 02, 2015

Success for ALL Students Depends Upon Thoughtful Words and Actions

The best leaders know how to maintain relationships and respect from both sides of an issue even when strong differences exist.

June 30, 2015

Symbols in Our Schools: What Messages Do They Send?

Maybe now is the time to scour school buildings for signs, symbols, and rituals that unwittingly teach lessons unintended.

June 28, 2015

Use the Summertime to Rethink Teaching and Learning

This summer can be a time not only of renewal for leaders but a time to learn more and allow a new vision for the future to emerge.

June 25, 2015

The Opt-Out Movement Could Provide the Seeds for the Revolution We Need

Now is an opportunity to reach out to the parents who have become actively engaged in a movement to protect children from the stresses of over testing, and capture their interest and energy.

June 23, 2015

The Common Core Is Not the Problem

It is the assessments and how they are used that is the heart of the issue.

June 21, 2015

After Charleston: Our Actions Will Determine the Future of Racism

Teachers and leaders: Racism detected in schools can more easily be eradicated than that which seeps, undetected, into and through the growing years of a child.

June 18, 2015

Teachers and Leaders: Question the Meaning and Purpose of Evaluation

No matter the intention of the assessment of performance, whether of student, teacher, or principal, the result is an evaluation that is most often received as a judgment of and a stopping place for the evaluated.

June 16, 2015

We Can Make Schools Places Where Students Can Succeed No Matter What

When schools and classrooms are structured to develop critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creativity, learning will be less dependent on what skills are lacking and more dependent on what skills are present.

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