Why I’m Networking Offline

Formerly a teacher, now an administrator-in-training, Chris Canter blogs about his yearlong assistant principal internship at Fulton County Public Schools in Atlanta, Ga. Canter...

The Year in Quotes

Formerly a teacher, now an administrator-in-training, Chris Canter blogs about his yearlong assistant principal internship at Fulton County Public Schools in Atlanta, Ga. Canter...

What’s Not Working in School Leadership

Formerly a teacher, now an administrator-in-training, Chris Canter blogs about his yearlong assistant principal internship at Fulton County Public Schools in Atlanta, Ga. Canter...

What’s Your Education Job Search Advice?

As the school year and my internship wind down, I'm looking forward to next year but am also anxious about future uncertainties. Due to the...

How Do We Fix the Blame Game?

Formerly a teacher, now an administrator-in-training, Chris Canter blogs about his yearlong assistant principal internship at Fulton County Public Schools in Atlanta, Ga. Chris...

Do High Stakes Have to Mean High Stress?

Formerly a teacher, now an administrator-in-training, Chris Canter blogs about his yearlong assistant principal internship at Fulton County Public Schools in Atlanta, Ga. As cherry,...

Are You Headed for a Spring Breakdown?

Spring time is here, and so is burnout. In the past few weeks, I have heard (and said on many, many occasions), "I'm so glad...

Administrators: What’s In Your Time-Management Toolbox?

Let's face it, as administrators (and all educators for that matter) we have very limited time. Every second counts. So, how do we make...

Sometimes You Just Need a Hug . . .

Formerly a teacher, now an administrator-in-training, Chris Canter blogs about his yearlong assistant principal internship at Fulton County Public Schools in Atlanta, Ga. **Warning for...

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