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To Support Their Principals, Two School Districts Turn to Principal Supervisors - from the Wallace Foundation

  May 2016 To Support Their Principals, Two School Districts Turn to Principal Supervisors Principals have a difficult job,…

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0 May 4

Ready to Lead, but How? Teachers’ Experiences in High-Poverty Urban Schools

Ready to Lead, but How? Teachers’ Experiences in High-Poverty Urban Schools by Susan Moore Johnson, Stefanie K. Reinhorn, Megin Charne…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Apr 29

The 5 Critical School Leadership Practices

The 5 Critical School Leadership Practices BY MIDDLEWEB · 03/20/2016 By Ruth Ash and Pat Hodge What is there to say about a principal with…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Apr 20

Three Reminders for Educators on the Eve of the Spring Standardized Testing Onslaught by J. Robinson

Three Reminders for Educators on the Eve of the Spring Standardized Testing Onslaughtfrom The 21st Century Principal by J. Robinson  Of…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Apr 5

Opening Up a Daily 40-Minute Block in a High School

Opening Up a Daily 40-Minute Block in a North Carolina High School  In this article in Principal Leadership, North Carolina educators Chri…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Apr 1

Training for teachers, administrators critical to 'next gen' school success

Training for teachers, administrators critical to 'next gen' school success By Erin McIntyre | March 29, 2016  Education Dive Dive Brief:…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Mar 30

What 7 principals wish they knew their first day on the job

What 7 principals wish they knew their first day on the job Several K-12 school leaders shared their thoughts at the NASSP's Ignite '16 con…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Mar 1

Why Creating A To-Do List Is Derailing Your Success

Why Creating A To-Do List Is Derailing Your Success Most of us make them, but to-do lists make us more stressed and don't account for ho…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Feb 24

Become a Student for a Day: School Leaders Asked to Take the Challenge

Damon Grant, principal at Unity Middle School in Oakland, CA, observes students during the School Retool fellowship. A one-day crash…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Feb 18

How can schools recruit and retain great substitute teachers?

How can schools recruit and retain great substitute teachers? By Erin McIntyre | February 18, 2016  Education Dive Dive Brief: Because…

Started by Michael Keany

0 Feb 18

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Michael K. Brennan MD (32) had just graduated Medical School and was spending a few weeks helping others who were struggling with substance abuse. Having just spent a week counseling his cousin, and on his way to bring him home to Florida,  Michael was the victim in a fatal car accident. Michael planned to pursue a career helping others with addictive behavior and his family is proud to honor his life of recovery and serving God. A donation will be made in honor of Michael K. Brennan, MD

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