Lisa Gonzales and Charles Young

As in boxing, leadership is fraught with sudden surprises, some of which, if not anticipated, can deliver a hard blow. Lisa Gonzales, assistant superintendent in Dublin USD, and Charles Young, superintendent in Benicia USD, explain the strategies that will keep you standing at the final bell. Read more>>

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Most K12 leaders are familiar with using data to plan and target instruction more effectively. But they might not be aware of the many ways that tracking and analyzing employees’ time and attendance data can reveal key trends and insights as well. Click for tips on making smarter decisions for your school. Read more>>

The Hechinger Report

Policymakers could solve two of our most challenging issues in education with a single approach. Higher base salaries and well-planned monetary incentives would address both the financial burden of being a teacher and the inequities that permeate our education system by attracting and retaining excellent teachers. Read more>>

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How are schools and districts using digital content? Is it making a difference in classrooms across the U.S.? In this free white paper, research and resulting data from Project Tomorrow and DreamBox Learning provides greater understanding in this new era of personalized learning and differentiated instruction. Read more>>

The Munster Times

Too many citizens aren’t in tune with the most basic knowledge of U.S. government, citizenship and the Constitution. Even more inadequate is the knowledge and interest of schoolchildren and young adults in U.S. and world history. A pending Indiana bill would require students to pass the U.S. citizenship test already administered to immigrants who seek to become Americans. Read more>>

Mind/Shift

Children with ADHD often struggle academically, socially and emotionally. Adults' informed empathy, focused on self-control, compassion, collaboration, consistency and celebration, can be a roadmap for reducing stress and equipping children with the skills they need to thrive. Read more>>

The Seattle Times

The competition gap is widening in high-school athletics, but the problem is bigger than high-school sports. Washington’s interscholastic athletic association believes it has found a socioeconomic factor that can help level the playing field. Read more>>

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