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Content that enables educators, edleaders, organizations and families to increase capacity, apply a growth mindset and implement what's next in learning on behalf of those entrusted to them.

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Resilience: The Skill That Keeps Teaching and Learning Thriving at Pasadena ISD

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By: Melissa McCalla. Resilience must be a community effort - students need educators as part of their support system now more than ever.

Invention Opportunity Town Hall: Key Takeaways and Questions

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Invention by Shel Silverstien I’ve done it, I’ve done it! Guess what I’ve done! Invented a light that plugs into the sun. The sun is bright enough, The bulb is…

Leading With Intention: Innovation and Insight

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By: Becky Hutchinson. As a new Superintendent, Becky shares advice learned on the job on how to lead with intention.

Ron Crutcher on I Had No Idea You Were Black: Navigating Race on the Road to Leadership

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Dr. Ron Crutcher discusses the importance of college, how music leads to good leadership and more.

A Reliable Hybrid Learning Model: Cedar Rapids Schools Respond to Setbacks

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By: Eric Nentrup. Superintendent Noreen Bush and the Cedar Rapids Community School District discuss how they managed setbacks over the past year and maintained a mindset to keep moving forward.

It’s Time to Reimagine Our Accountability Systems

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By: Dr. Remy Washington. When we are no longer living through a pandemic, this need for multiple measures to assess a school's health will remain the same. Education leaders must take advantage of this crisis and begin engaging with school boards and state and national legislatures to revisit, review, and revise our state school accountability systems.

Teaching Truth to Power

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By: Anthony Jackson. Anthony outlines ways to address systematic racism and ways to create learning environments that prioritize understanding and cooperation across cultures.

An Equity-Driven Approach Towards Assessments and Grading

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While we wait for the rest of the various “systems” to catch up, there are several bold, attainable moves that teachers and administrators have within their locus of control to make meaningful improvements for students NOW.

Summer Stephens and Nate Waite on Change in Churchill County School District

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Summer Stephens and Nate Waite to discuss the inspiring work and leadership at Churchill County School District.

What Does Your Ideal Learning Environment Look Like?

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The Texas Learning Exchange offers tips and guidance for identifying the best learning solutions for your vision.

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