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Rick Jetter and Rebecca Coda answer readers' questions about getting hired at district-level jobs and navigating a sometimes cloudy application process.
Dear Rick & Rebecca:
I’m getting... read more
How I became a technology convert after 22 years of teaching.
I used to worry that students would consider classroom technology a toy. Then, last spring, I took a district-provided, six-week course... read more
What do basketball coaches have in common with educational leaders? Good pep talks! Take our quiz to see how well you can tell a basketball coach from an educator.
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Getting into classrooms and conducting teacher observations is one of the most important jobs a principal can have, but carving out time for these visits (and the subsequent reports) is always a... read more
School rankings—love them or hate them—sure are interesting. U.S. News & World Report is back with its annual list. Here we share some of the best and worst scorers from the list—in terms... read more
Learn more about how Staples Business Advantage can help you save money across your entire school building. Go Now>>
Shrinking revenue and increasing expenses in many districts put... read more
If you only read ten tweets today, let it be these. They'll feed your management guru/school leader engine.
1.Go digital, and here's how.
Going digital in school? 5 tips for a smooth start... read more
A recent WeAreTeachers survey revealed what teachers wish their bosses knew:
1. Treat us like professionals.
This was the top category of comments. Teachers want respect.
Marci F.K. put... read more
Robert Marzano discusses why he’s optimistic about education’s future, how teachers continue to overuse direct instruction, and what he expects from Betsy DeVos.
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