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September 9th, 2022

From social-emotional learning to AI technology, the upcoming trends for the 2022-2023 school year are bound to create waves of change throughout districts nationwide. A deep need for rethinking existing […]

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How School Leaders Can Better Support Teachers This Year

August 10th, 2022

With ever increasing demands, relatively low salaries, and constantly changing educational policies, teacher burnout and attrition are on the rise. According to a Gallup survey, 52% of teachers report feeling […]

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Summer Reading for School Leaders

July 1st, 2022

A good book makes the perfect companion for summer days, whether reading out by the pool or from the comfort of an air-conditioned room. While summertime provides a welcome respite […]

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Benefits of Listening to Podcasts for K-12 Leaders

May 5th, 2022

Emerging in the early 2000s, podcasts have certainly gained momentum. “From 2008 to 2021, the average percentage of Americans aged 12 and older who listened to a podcast within the […]

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Is Social-Emotional Learning Top of Mind in Your School District?

November 5th, 2020

As our communities continue to diversify, schools are responsible to educate students across a broad array of ethnicities, races, religions, and cultural backgrounds. School leaders must acknowledge the importance of […]

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School Leaders and the Importance of Self-Care

October 12th, 2020

In case of low oxygen pressure in the cabin, please secure your mask first before assisting others. We’ve all heard the above announcement by flight attendants every time we travel […]

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Make Student Safety a Priority in Your Schools

May 30th, 2019

Superintendents and other school leaders can prepare an actionable plan that will help to make the safety of our students a priority. Being proactive instead of reactive is paramount to […]

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How School Leaders Can Help Improve Graduation Rates

January 8th, 2019

In 2018, Richmond Public Schools had the lowest graduation rate in Virginia. Data showed that 75% of seniors graduated — a rate 16 percentage points below the state average. Despite […]

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