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September 26, 2017

School Leaders, Racial Bias, and Hope

Unlike the POTUS, our actions will directly, and immediately impact children and families. So, we cannot be complacent.

September 21, 2017

Teacher Evaluation: Why Multiple Measures Matter

In an industry as large as public education and where learning is our business, one might think we'd lead the way in measures of accountability. But we are not.

September 19, 2017

When Leaders Lead Their Schools Like Ben Zander Conducts Symphonies

We need leaders, like conductors, who lead by empowering those s/he leads.

September 05, 2017

No Leader Is Always Right. Is That OK?

Educational leaders must remember that part of their work is to teach about leadership by being a living example in the community.

August 30, 2017

School Leadership Demands Imagination

The world has changed, what students need to graduate knowing and able to do has changed, and schools, over all, have not kept pace.

August 27, 2017

How Schools Can Help Adolescents Become Responsible, Informed Adults

The lines that separate childhood from adolescence and adolescence from adulthood have disappeared. Rites of passage are few. But there is something schools can and should do.

August 17, 2017

How Changing Your Story Can Change the World

Guest blogger Marc Levitt believes "Educators play an essential role in creating a world aligned to the growing awareness of our intertwined fates, one that is more sustainable and fulfilling. What story they are 'telling' and distributing?"

August 13, 2017

How Teachers and Students Both Can Prevent Successful Outcomes

When the environment supports risk taking and celebrates even the small successes and views failure as an opportunity for more learning, the environment becomes rich and dynamic with teaching and learning.

August 10, 2017

Reversing Teacher Burnout is a Possibility Within Reach

Guest blogger Jennifer Cleary writes, "Burnout is a real issue, for both first-year teachers and thirty-year veterans. Schools are losing valuable educators, and student achievement is suffering."

August 06, 2017

What It Takes To Develop Courageous Leaders

Being a courageous leader begins by taking steps within and questioning beliefs and worldviews and discovering what is to remain and what needs to be changed.

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