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Written by Dr. Steven Weber Note: This post was inspired by A Leadership Manifesto: A Guide to Greatness by Lolly Daskal. It's part two of...

Three keys to instructional coaching in a virtual learning environment

By Mannu Sikka Educators around the world have, by necessity, been forced to shift to remote learning.  This has left them overwhelmed and unsure how...

When schools reopen: Assess closely and differentiate intensely

By Michael B. Horn Whenever students return physically to school, educators will face a daunting challenge, different from the one that confronted them as they...

Why instructional coaches matter for all teachers

By Mannu Sikka As an instructional coach, I am able to collaborate, plan, and learn from other teachers while supporting student learning. While my goal is...

Incorporating global competency into your classroom

By Ariel Tichnor-Wagner and Hillary Parkhouse Why does this matter? If there's one question that teachers should be able to answer about every lesson they...

Creating a coherent curriculum

By Steven Weber Note: This is part of an ongoing series on instructional leadership. Read part one and part two. Every school district needs a coherent...

Educating after George Floyd: Where do we go from here?

By Desmond Williams In the wake of George Floyd’s death, America seems to be in social upheaval. A June 7 poll by NBC and the...

Rising to the challenge

Written by Michael Staton, Clemson University College of Education This article originally appeared on Clemson University's Newsstand. Jeff Marshall clearly remembers a student in his AP...

5 surprising facts about professional development

By Krysia Lazarewicz, Advancement Courses (Sponsored) There’s no denying the impact of professional development on educators across the country. Schools spend $18 billion on PD...

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