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January 31, 2017

Move Beyond 'Good Enough' and Vouchers and Charters Won't Matter

When attention turns to measuring the factors that contribute to successful learning, people will feel better about their schools, and want to support them as far more than 'good enough'.

January 26, 2017

Pink Hats in Schools

A building-wide, district-wide discussion about how to react to those who are wearing pink hats is worthwhile.

January 08, 2017

Finally, Developing Leadership Is Recognized as Improving Educational Outcomes!

While asking teachers to grow and develop their technology skills, shift their practice, change their schedules, connect differently with students and parents and other teachers, leaders cannot stand on the sidelines as cheerleaders.

December 04, 2016

Boss and Buddy: Can a Leader Be Both?

The terms "boss" and "buddy" both seem archaic and more relevant to the manager than the leader. But, they still command call for attention and continued study.

September 27, 2016

STEM Education Needs an Orchestra of Change Leaders

STEM, the four subjects, are the engine that can move schools and districts from their firmly planted "old school" feet into a dynamic teaching and learning environment that serves the students of this century.

August 30, 2016

Leading and Teaching, Knowing the Children Are Watching

There is an advantage to grabbing the real world events and using them to provoke some powerful learning under the watchful eye of teachers as architects of learning.

August 02, 2016

Is Your Time Spent on Accountability or Capacity Building?

There is no evidence to indicate that a process intended to evaluate by placing a word or number on the actions of another is effective in developing capacity or changing practice.

May 12, 2016

Ed Leadership Should Go Beyond 'Comply or Defy'

In reality, the possibilities for meaningful, ethical leadership are greater than the alternatives of comply or defy.

March 27, 2016

It Takes Courage to Invest in Leadership as a Personal Process

You see, leadership is not a skill, but a lifelong process of personal development. We exercise and develop courage along the way.

March 22, 2016

How Can Schools Develop Assessments That Matter?

It is in the hands of the teachers and leaders to grab hold of the assessments developed within the school and have them be more reflective of the school's values about student success, using feedback, coaching, and encouragement along the learning path.

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