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Leadership: The Humble Path of Decision Making

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Leadership is s windy road with decisions at every turn. In this blog, Adam explores making decisions through a personal journey of his own experiences and that of the partners that he works with to transform learner experience.

Improving Organizational Culture: Discovering Your Core Strengths

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Organizations are comprised of unique individuals with varying strengths and talents who are all working together to carry out the organization’s mission, vision, and personality. Strengths assessments are great tools to help an individual uncover their strengths and talents.

Even More Ways for Ed Leaders to Make Teachers Feel as Important as They Are

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Michael continues to share the importance of creating a culture of appreciation and offers a few additional ideas for educational leaders to show continued support for teachers so that they can become their personal and professional best.

Teacher Appreciation Week: Creating a Culture of Appreciation

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By: Erin Gohl and Kristen Thorson. During National Teacher Appreciation Week, Erin and Kristen invite us to recognize the importance of honoring teachers and their meaningful work.

Culture Eats Faculty Retention for Breakfast: 7 Essential Tips to Build a Strong School Culture

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By: Malia Burns. Learn more as Malia Burns, founder of Summit Sierra High School in Seattle, Washington, shares seven ingredients to create a relationship fueled school culture, illustrated by a community committed to student growth.

Assume Good Intentions: Lessons for Responsive Family Engagement

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Amanda Winkelsas shares the case for teachers, students, and parents to all be involved and lessons around positive family engagement.

Differentiating Family Engagement

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Amanda Winkelsas discusses how we can do more in our schools and classrooms by preparing educators to differentiate family engagement.

10 Talent Tips from Google HR

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We recently got to sit down with Iveta Brigis a former People Partner at Google to learn about her time working on the K-12 Talent Academy and her tips for talent development.

Transforming Education from the Inside Out: Singapore American School

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Singapore American Schools proves that even large institutions, with excellent programming results, can continually improve in order to do what's best for all students. Read more about their success in this new case study.

Good Governance: The Foundation for Good Schools

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Good schools, start with good boards. A look at the importance and impact of a strong, committed school board when it comes to charter school success and growth.

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