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Leadership Lessons from Six Inspiring Football Coaches

January 27th, 2020

What does it mean to be a coach? It means being accountable for the outcome of a game—win or lose. It means being a counselor to players, a mentor, and a friend, over the course of a season, or even years. It means pushing players to reach their full potential in practices and on game […]

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SuperEval Attending the AASA National Conference on Education

January 27th, 2020

The AASA 2020 National Conference on Education takes place Thursday, February 13th – Saturday, February 15th at the San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, California. “AASA is the premier association for school system leaders and serves as the national voice for public leaders and serves as the national voice for public education and district leadership […]

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Successfully Navigating the Superintendent Evaluation Presentation Coming to DCMO BOCES

January 24th, 2020

Michael Horning, Jr. to Present at DCMO BOCES on February 6th SuperEval’s Michael Horning, Jr. will be presenting a workshop entitled, Successfully Navigating the Superintendent Evaluation, on February 6th for DCMO BOCES Board of Education Members and Superintendents. The presentation will take place at Club 55 in Sidney, NY. This interactive, hands-on, and skill-building workshop […]

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Thoughtful Classroom Principal Effectiveness Framework Now Available for SuperEval Users

January 21st, 2020

SuperEval, in partnership with Silver Strong & Associates, is pleased to announce the addition of the Thoughtful Classroom Principal Effectiveness Framework to its online evaluation system. Now, education leaders have access to another high-quality evaluation rubric to evaluate building-level principals that is approved for the Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR) by the New York State […]

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Schools, Students, and Smartphones: Should Your School District Allow, Ban, or Restrict Student Smartphone Use?

January 14th, 2020

If you needed to contact your parents while you were in school, what did you do? Your issue most likely had to wait until you got home. If your school canceled your varsity tennis match, what did you do? You probably just rode the bus home and told your parents later or perhaps you used […]

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