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Being an administrator can be a very lonely place, even though they seem to always be surrounded by people. Often, in many schools, there are...

Finding Joy in The Pain Points

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Pretty much every 400-level leadership class tells us that a key responsibility of leadership is managing organizational culture.  When your organization is a school,...
Shifting focus to classrooms to increase success for all

Shifting Focus to Classrooms to Increase Success For All

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As a secondary school science teacher, I am often referred to as a “classroom teacher” and I use “classroom management” to make the classroom...

Reaching the Hearts and Minds of Students

I am fortunate to serve in a district in which I started out as a student in the Bakersfield City School District. Having been...
The pros and cons of transparent leadership

The Pros and Cons of Transparent Leadership

If I ever write a book, I think I’m going to title it “The Fallacy of Transparent Leadership”. You hear about being a transparent...
How to inspire a culture of strong school spirit

How To Inspire A Culture Of Strong School Spirit

Teamwork is the name of the game when it comes to inspiring a positive culture riddled with school spirit. Regardless of whether you work...
Special Leaders for All Kids

Special Leaders for All Kids

I’ll admit it.  When I first started in educational leadership as a charter school director, I saw student needs in terms of the “regular”...

Do You See What I See?

“Kelisa, why do people seem to make things about race? I personally don’t see race.” My friend stated as we were eating lunch. I thought...

The Myth of Unmotivation

First, let’s get something straight. Everyone is motivated about something. You were motivated to check your phone countless times today. Kids will spend hours...

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