Leadership

  • A crisis at hyperspeed through the eyes of a Superintendent

    A crisis at hyperspeed through the eyes of a Superintendent

    “During a crisis, you’re moving at hyperspeed,” said Rick Fitzpatrick, Superintendent of Corning Unified Elementary School District. “Every second matters when it comes to protecting innocent lives.”

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  • 6 tips to motivate principals to write

    6 tips to motivate principals to write

    Writing is a long process, but with the right information and resources you can push forward and complete your very own published masterpiece.

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  • Black Minds Matter

    Black Minds Matter

    Examine how the nearly one million Black youth in California are faring from preschool through college.

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  • Building Culturally Responsive Schools

    Building Culturally Responsive Schools

    It’s imperative that our schools not only welcome diversity in the classroom, but also teach students how to navigate an increasingly racially, ethnically and socioeconomically diverse society.

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  • Wanted: Latinx teachers and administrators

    Wanted: Latinx teachers and administrators

    Why cultural representation matters—and how principals and administrators can build a diverse pipeline.

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  • Combatting summer learning loss

    Combatting summer learning loss

    What can principals and teachers do now to plan for the prevention of summer learning loss and hit the ground running on the first day of school?

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  • 5 ways for leaders to get more out of conferences

    5 ways for leaders to get more out of conferences

    How to maximize your participation, join the conversation, meet more people, and post-conference tips. We hope to see you at ACSA Leadership Summit 2018.

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  • Take charge and be ready for the next earthquake

    Take charge and be ready for the next earthquake

    Resilient communities and families learn the lessons from every prior earthquake to have the best chance of surviving the next disaster uninjured and quickly on the way to recovery.

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  • In Janus v. AFSCME decision, Supreme Court rules agency fees unconstitutional

    In Janus v. AFSCME decision, Supreme Court rules agency fees unconstitutional

    In a blow to unions across the nation, the Supreme Court has ruled that public sector agency fee arrangements violate the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.

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  • How should principals spend their time?

    How should principals spend their time?

    A principal’s duties and responsibilities continue to compound. Over the past five years, new school leader standards and high-stakes accountability have expanded the work scope dramatically.

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  • Coaches and principals need time to reflect: 4 summer reflection questions

    Coaches and principals need time to reflect: 4 summer reflection questions

    Taking time to reflect on the school year, just after it ends, can serve as a valuable tool for thinking about how you might want to approach the upcoming school year.

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  • Reading suggestions for educators this summer

    Reading suggestions for educators this summer

    Catch up on some professional development and reading (in between visits to the beach and not thinking about school).

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  • History teacher’s passion for intentional design pays off for students

    History teacher’s passion for intentional design pays off for students

    Learn about how high school teacher Chris Cumiford uses his unique life experiences and passion to challenge his students.

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  • Bringing coherence to future ready planning

    Bringing coherence to future ready planning

    Leaders recognize the importance of aligning technology with effective instructional strategies to support teaching and student advancement.

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  • Ask and assess: Questions that help guide assessment

    Ask and assess: Questions that help guide assessment

    Renaissance discusses letting your assessment questions guide you, types of assessments, and assessing to monitor ongoing learning.

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  • Making data matter in your school or district

    Making data matter in your school or district

    Panorama education discusses data usage for setting goals and improving outcomes.

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  • Sworn witness declarations in student discipline cases

    Sworn witness declarations in student discipline cases

    AALRR discusses student court testimony and student discipline cases.

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  • Make student voices really matter in our schools

    Make student voices really matter in our schools

    Four strategies to make student voices really matter in your school.

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  • How to prepare for the ESSA financial transparency mandate

    How to prepare for the ESSA financial transparency mandate

    The new ESSA financial requirements include reporting money spent on staff compared with other expenses at the school - and the proportionate levels of federal, state, and local funding at each.

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  • 22 Education TED talks to make you think

    22 Education TED talks to make you think

    These education-focused TED talks aim to answer the question: "As a country, how can we better inspire our students — and support our educators?"

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