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Using Student Feedback to (Actually) Drive Change

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By: Sachi Takahashi-Rial. Research shows that student perceptions are linked to academic outcomes, and that happy schools can more readily close the achievement gap. Here's how school leaders can gauge student perceptions and improve their school's culture.

Getting Smart Podcast | It’s Time to Update Your Graduate Profile – Here’s How

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Ken Kay, CEO of EdLeader21, shares more about the "Profile of a Graduate" campaign, created to help districts, parents, students and community leaders to envision the essential competencies for a successful graduate in their community.

Projects That Learn

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If you’re a school or district leader contemplating a transformation effort, consider structuring the change agenda as a leadership development agenda, mixing change management with talent development to create projects that learn.

Competitive, Coherent, Creative: The 21st Century School District

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It’s time for district leaders to create clarity and coherence by making crystal clear how things are supposed to work. To accomplish that, it’s a good time to reexamine why school districts exist, how they work and what value they add.

Smart Review | Heart! Fully Forming Your Professional Life as a Teacher and Leader

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As a teacher who considers relationships the center of what I do, I was impressed by Timothy Kanold's interesting take on ensuring that your impact on others' lives is a positive one. Here, I share my other impressions of his latest book.

Teachers Taking Leadership to Drive Positive Change

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By: Carly Croman & Priscilla Fischback. Sometimes our assumptions limit what we imagine is possible, which in turn limits growth and potential. Here, we look at some ways that teachers can overcome their limiting beliefs and provide new opportunities to their students.

SchoolSmartKC Supports Education Ecosystem Transformation in Kansas City

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By: Emily Liebtag. SchoolSmartKC, a non-profit collaborative fund that seeks to improve the performance of schools in the Kansas City Public School system, recently announced that they will invest $563,000 to support low-income students. Learn more here.

Highlights from NSTA’s 2017 National Conference

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The National Science Teachers Association is a huge event and provides a plethora of free teacher resources. Here are just a few of the many available at this year's conference.

What’s The Next Big Idea? Microschool Networks

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Microschools have been popping up around the country for the last decade with great success, so let's make it easier to launch these schools by creating supportive networks.

Community Success By Design

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StriveTogether helps communities across the nation identify and scale what works in education, building a network of citizens committed to using collective impact to support the success of every child cradle to career.

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