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Three Simple Ways Leaders Can Stay Calm Under Pressure

December 15th, 2020

In case of emergency, remember to remain calm. Over the past year, school leaders, teachers, parents and guardians, and students have had to adapt rapidly amidst uncertainty and change. While school leaders worked to ensure our students would continue to receive a quality education, they were also thrown an abundance of curveballs such as considering […]

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The Evolution of SuperEval: Aligning District Leadership from the Boardroom to Schools

December 8th, 2020

This article originally appeared in The NYSCOSS December 2020 Councilgram Sponsor Spotlight, which may be accessed here. Effective leadership is essential to a successful school district. What is focused on, is accomplished. The school district functions most effectively when the leadership operates as a focused team. These are key ideas leading to several guiding questions: […]

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How School Leaders Can Prevent Teacher Burnout During Stressful Times

December 5th, 2020

When schools closed last spring during COVID-19 and students and teachers were both thrown into a world of virtual learning, the outpouring of support and appreciation for teachers was overwhelming. Parents shared their sentiments on social media, asking teachers what their tricks are to keep students focused and learning. “How do you do it?” parents […]

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Dr. Michael Horning Jr. to Lead Panel Discussion with Pennsylvania Superintendents

December 1st, 2020

On December 4, 2020 SuperEval will host a panel discussion with two Pennsylvania school superintendents entitled: Superintendent Reflections: Sharing Stories of Success in Leadership Evaluations  Reflection, feedback and professional growth are foundational to any meaningful leadership evaluation process. This virtual event is a moderated panel discussion sharing stories of success in leadership evaluations during a […]

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