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How a Focus on School Culture Can Save the Teaching Profession

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By: Dr. Arun Ramanathan. To improve the quality of public education, schools should recognize the potential of cultivating its teachers' work environment.

24 Goals to Save the Planet (+1 in Case We Don’t)

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Studying the Global Goals students can develop leadership and problem-solving skills, and identify how they can become difference makers.

The Intellectual Hunger of Teachers

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D. Ross. This month's edition of chronicling the author's return to the classroom focuses on the persistent intellectual hunger of American teachers.

Podcast: Listening to Kids and Designing From Scratch for Timeless Learning

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Pam Moran is passing the torch in Albemarle County after 32 years, leaving a great example of what she calls “contemporary progressive education".

Leading with Love and Centering Student Voice: Big Picture Leadership Conference 2019

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By: Rebecca Midles & Kelly Niccolls. Big Picture Leadership Conference is setting the standard for student-centered learning and leadership.

50 Stories About the #FutureofLearning

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A compilation of 2019’s future-focused conversations with ed leaders and advocates, observations of schools and systems, and reviews of books.

Podcast: Terry Grier on Developing More than 80 System Leaders

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On this week's podcast, Tom is speaking with Terry Grier, known as America’s Superintendent for over 20 years in four different states.

How Community Service Turns Today’s Students into Tomorrow’s High-Achievers

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By: Dr. David R. Schuler. A superintendent shares his district’s innovative approach to preparing students for the jobs of the future.

10 Inevitable Education Evolutions Educators Can Lead

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If educators allow politicians, researchers, and pundits to take charge of the evolution in education, it will be delayed and implemented with less clarity. It’s time for teachers to be change agents, thus owning the profession.

The State of Creativity in America’s Schools

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A Gallup study on the state of creativity in America’s schools revealed that opportunities are neither ubiquitous nor equitably distributed.

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