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May 14, 2017

Trust in Our Schools Requires Honesty and Good Communication

If we are to gain momentum and gather a community of support, trust is the essential element.

May 11, 2017

The Role of Respect in Leadership

Is respect given or earned? Is it extended to positions and roles or to individuals who occupy them? Is it a societal absolute or an ethereal feeling or thought?

May 09, 2017

Who Can Say Schools Are Good Enough?

If the promised economic changes come to pass and overseas jobs are brought back to this country and our workforce fails to produce as well as their overseas counterparts, schools will certainly be blamed.

May 04, 2017

6 Qualities Every Teacher Leader Should Have

An effective and successful teacher leader can become a teacher leader without an appointment, simply through earned recognition.

May 02, 2017

The President, the Little Girl, and Challenges to School Values

Whatever the reason for the style of communication being used, the lesson of its effectiveness is being taught, the attitude is being proudly shared, and children are admiring it. It is damaging and harmful.

April 30, 2017

Can Toxic Leaders Change or Be Changed?

If the environment is one of unhappy, misunderstood, stressed adults, children will always pay a price.

April 18, 2017

Leaders, We Can Interrupt the School-to-Prison Pipeline

We can disrupt, with a mighty effort perhaps, the development of the behaviors that contribute to entering the pipeline.

April 16, 2017

Racism and White Privilege: There Is Always More to Learn

It is important In order to best serve all of our students, to wake up to the nuance of racism and how it plays out in our words and actions.

April 09, 2017

Evaluations: Exhausting Routine or Motivating Capstone?

Evaluation is intended to serve two masters: one is accountability and the other is professional development. 3 ways to shift thinking and practice.

April 06, 2017

Schools Need More Reliable Research

Guest blogger Dr. J.M. Myers says, "The great risk to public education is that those knowledgeable professionals on the inside fail to be given the tools and authority to implement serious reform or fail to exercise a leadership role once given these tools."

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