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Stay the Course: A Superintendent’s Journey

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Four years ago the El Paso Independent School District set nine goals. Since then, trustees and district leaders have revisited those goals every month, looking for better ways to support their students, teachers and goals. Their commitment is paying off.

Re-Up on Your Goals, Get SMART(er²)

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While it is convenient with the start of a new calendar year, there is never a wrong time to set goals. Just be sure to respect the process and allot the appropriate amount of time to do it right. Here are some useful strategies that we like.

Edu-lutions (Happy New Year)

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What is your #EduResolution? How can you help create the future of learning? This New Years we encourage you to recommit or redefine your goals and we've created a handy tool to help!

Navigating School Leadership: 5 Lessons

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Here, we look at five lessons learned, specific to the navigation of school leadership. Meet the new year, your staff and your community where they are at with the intention of traveling with them, to where you would like to take them.

How Michigan CoOp Connects Leaders to Improve Education

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By: Marsha Myles Bahra. The Michigan CoOp is a network of school districts that are early adopters of successful, efficient, and effective learning models. Members leverage each other’s strengths to create new opportunities for student learning.

Balancing Improvement and Innovation

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Tom looks back at his years as a Superintendent and how new technology and innovations affected the district, how focusing on innovating and improving can dramatically improve learning and common innovation obstacles.

Montour Schools: Home of the Evolving Educators

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Post four of our 6-part #RemakeLearning series takes you on a virtual field trip to Montour School District, "home of the evolving educators."

The Results Are In On Student Engagement

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By: Sachi Takahashi-Rial. The difference between an engaging lesson and a tedious one can’t be measured by the results of a standardized test. If we want to start prioritizing engagement in schools, the first step is to hear from young people.

Computer Science and Supercharged Virtual Learning in Georgia

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How Dr. Caitlin McMunn Dooley, Deputy Superintendent, is working with her team to improve teaching and learning and better integrate computer science into the school day.

El Paso and New Tech Network: District Transformation in High Gear

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At eight middle and high school sites and growing, the New Tech Network (NTN) cohort has emerged as a powerful force within the El Paso Independent School District. Learn more about their efforts and results here.

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