Mostly, the public doesn't understand the work of educators. The invisible efforts of the teachers and their leaders that result in successes is often not broadcasted well.
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May 06, 2018
May 01, 2018
Guest blogger Amanda Ronan writes, "The harsh reality is that certain discipline practices are the reflections of institutionalized racism and outward discrimination against people of color and other underserved communities."
March 11, 2018
When the leader sees her- him-self as the overseer of a complex ecosystem things can begin to change.
January 11, 2018
Guest blog author Mike Kuczala writes, ""State management is managing the brain/body emotional states of learners. Not something we've normally been exposed to in our educational experiences as a learner, teacher or leader."
September 21, 2017
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 12, 2017
How many can say that through the observation and evaluation process teaching and learning has improved and students were the beneficiaries?
August 23, 2017
We can create the image and give the message of the highest achievement and the vision of each and every classroom.
August 15, 2017
Where but public schools do we create a citizenry with an understanding of the relationship between rights and responsibilities, between democracy and despotism and why our founders created three branches of government with different but equal powers.
August 13, 2017
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
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."