Bias Toward Action in Education Innovation

I love ideas but I confess that I still have a bias toward action in education. In 1910, Theodore Roosevelt gave a speech entitled, “The Man in the Arena” at the Continue Reading →

Should We Stop Expanding K-12 Blended & Virtual Schools?

April, 2016 – The National Education Policy Center released a report on the performance of existing k-12 blended and virtual schools in the United States. When looking at adequate yearly progress Continue Reading →

10 Tips to Nurturing Educator Talent in your School

In part three of my webinar series on talent management for school leaders, I took participants through ten tips to nurturing educator talent that I’ve garnered from my own leadership Continue Reading →

Teaching Academically Struggling Learners to Hack the School System

There are dozens of reasons why students struggle academically. When I talk to people about helping struggling students, many strategies focus upon helping them get with the system. Yet quite a Continue Reading →