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Regular check-ins on staff wellbeing, managing workloads and guaranteeing planning time are among the strategies K-12 leaders are using to keep staff onboard.
Strong leadership and communication have been critical to administrative offices and all staff throughout schools.
The fact that educators around the world know the story of a small Wisconsin school system of 825 students speaks to the power of communication. Or rather, the power of Joe Sanfelippo’s deep commitment to telling his district’s story.
This year’s edition of Anxiety Disorders in the Classroom: An Action Guide to Identification, Evaluation, and Intervention details how to uncover and address anxiety in the school setting.
In a statement released Dec. 16, President Biden said negotiations will “continue next week,” adding that “it takes time to finalize these agreements, prepare the legislative changes, and finish all the parliamentary and procedural steps needed to enable a Senate vote.”
These key discussions on emerging tech, leadership strategies and cyber safety can supercharge your districts.
Ongoing professional development and family outreach are just two signs of how the challenges of COVID have heightened the influence of K-12 ed-tech leaders and their teams.
Leadership teams are helping teachers identify and share strategies that are showing evidence of success in their districts.
Districts are now allowing administrators to travel to PD sessions, including conferences, even as COVID rollercoasters through a third school year.
STEM and career, and technical education pathways in Delaware are getting a major boost from a unique public-private partnership involving the chemical giant, DuPont.
An emergency effort to carry rural schools through COVID has evolved into long-term teaching and leadership development in economically distressed districts.