An interview with Gary D. Soto reveals keys to equity and school reform. By: Jenny Rankin, Ph.D. I had the honor of interviewing Gary D. Soto, long-time educator and recipient of the National Educator Award for helping to reshape American education. He co-authored the book Crimes Against Learning: Solving the Serial Failure of School Reformand … Continued
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Increasing Student Performance by Building a Culture of Recognition Why is it that educational leaders quite often don’t see the connection between creating a positive learning environment with attaining improved student results? We do not have to choose between motivated employees and increased student test results. We can have both. And in fact, motivated employees often … Continued
However, one of the most successful ways to increase student achievement is by investing in school leaders. School Leaders benefit from being coached to do the following: 1) Create the conditions that support increased student achievement while fostering a culture of recognition for all stakeholders; 2) Develop and implement a powerful instructional model by utilizing … Continued
Will a Four-Day Week in Schools Make a Positive Difference? When I first read about some schools opting for a four-day week, I thought how nice that would be for me as a teacher and or for me as an administrator. Although not really analyzing the pros and cons of this action, just the thought … Continued
Academic Results vs Positive Culture … do your schools do BOTH well? “Why is it that educational leaders quite often don’t see the connection between creating the intangible of employee happiness with creating the tangible results of improved results? We do not have to choose between inspired employees and increased test results. We can have both. … Continued