“I See You, I Hear You, I Appreciate You, and I Support You”: Nurturing the Pillars of Public Education Amidst Political Divide

by Oscar Macias, director of Education of Equity, Access, and Family Engagement for the Glendale Unified School District. In the … Read More

Trauma-Informed Training for Educators

The Office of California Surgeon General Diana Ramos is offering “Safe Spaces,” a free online training designed to help early … Read More

What Successful Educational Women Leaders Do 

By Stephanie Pierce, Ed.D.  With the effect of the pandemic, many women leaders are feeling overwhelmed, overextended, and exhausted with … Read More

Discipline Procedures and the Assistant Principal’s Office

Whether it is a physical altercation, truancy issue, drug issue, or rumor problem, these situations will enter the office with … Read More

Welcome to the Circus

Juggling the demands of life and leadership By Donya Ball, Ed.D.   Driven, determined, confident. These words describe many administrators. … Read More

I’m Fine. Everything is Fine

Confessions of a recovering imposter syndrome leader in education By Tanya De La Cruz   You’ve gotten the promotions. You’ve … Read More

The Days Are Long But the Years Are Short

Focusing with intention on supporting and empowering women leaders By Cindy Petersen   As a mother of four amazing children … Read More

Leading with a Coaching and Mentoring Mindset: Growing New Female Leaders

By Terry Metzger   I recently had lunch with a long-time mentor, coach and friend. As it inevitably does, our … Read More

How Tragedy Helped Me Find My Work-Life Balance

By Felicia Malloy   I was standing in my living room, as people gathered to offer their condolences to my … Read More

Overcoming Self-sabotage

The barriers that keep female leaders from maximizing their true potential By Heather Vennes, Ed.D.   The startling realization that … Read More

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