Category Archives: rebuilding schools

Parent Coffee and Adult Micro Professional Development

I wrote last week about why I feel change is slow going in k-12 education in my post, “Why Some Schools Choose Not to Change”. While this post in no way tries to pretend to be an answer to some … Continue reading

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It’s Friday So I’ll Keep It Brief

Two things I will share today…. First, I stumbled upon this quote yesterday from Jack Welsh, former CEO of General Electric. I thought it highly relevant to the state of education in the US and internationally today. Hopefully it will … Continue reading

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