Our education system has a hoarding problem.
Have you ever watched one of those television shows on hoarding and judged the person on the screen? It can be hard to understand how they find so much value in things they rarely or never use. However,
Back in the day before microwaves, iPhones, and Wordle there were the “Three Rs.”
I was taught that a “sound” education comprised of these “Three Rs” which were:
● And Arithmetic.
Now, I’m not arguing that those “Three Rs” aren’t important or relevant anymore.
I am arguing
You read the headline right.
Research from the Center for Creative Leadership found that 75 percent of leaders derailed their careers because of a lack of emotional intelligence.
Odds are you will do something that will derail your career – unintentionally,-m unless you happen to be that special one out
Change is daunting. Even the idea of making a bold change in your school makes many of us freeze in fearful anticipation that “what I have been doing is not good enough, and I am going to be forced out of what I know and
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more,
do more and become more, you are a leader.”
(Sinek, Leaders Eat Last)
Leadership in education today is at a crossroads. Part of the challenge is due to a shift in demographics that has seen many veteran leaders
At a recent conference on equity and activism in education, my co-author and I spoke to dozens of young educational leaders juggling hard to balance their political commitments, moral obligations, and extraordinarily demanding jobs. One youthful chief of staff described coordinating a vast and rapidly transforming mid-Atlantic