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What Should Our Education Priorities Be Now, Who Will Set Them?

 Patrick Riccards with  Daniel (Dan) Domenech, JoAnn Bartoletti, Gail Connelly, John D. Musso, Rhian Evans

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The current administration and U.S Secretary of Education usher in a new era in education priorities. Join our panel of national education leaders as we discuss education priorities and who will set them. 

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3 Lessons from an Experiment in Consolidating School Districts

John Musso with Jason Helsen

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Our guest walked into a job that involved sharing his position with two school districts. There were benefits and liabilities. Learn what worked and what did not. 

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Taking Your School Security to the Next Level

John Musso with Brian Moore 

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The needs and uses of school security systems have evolved.   New technology and new laws make this a good time to review your systems. 

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Galvanizing Community Support for School Budgets

John Musso with Alita McCoy Zuber

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Our guest won an award  for developing an innovative strategy to secure community support for school budgets. Learn more... 

 Follow: @JohnMusso @ASBOIntl  @oufsdbusiness.

 

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Unpacking the Ethics of School Procurement

John Musso with Kim Bauer

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Ethical procurement practices are essential to schools on many levels.  Breaches can lead to waste of limited financial resources and a loss of trust among stakeholders. Join us as we review best practices. 

 

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EDWORDS: Latest Leadership Blog Posts

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    by Jay Eitner | @Jay_Eitner
    Monday, 15 May 2017
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    While Presidents’ Day is reserved for honoring and celebrating our American presidents, I can’t help but think about local board of education presid ...

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    by Jay Eitner | @Jay_Eitner
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    by Neil Gupta | @drneilgupta
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  • 3 Things Your Administrators Wish You Knew

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    by Chad Ostrowski | @chadostrowski
    Monday, 27 March 2017
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    For seven weeks, I was an interim, elementary principal in one of my district's elementary schools. It was an opportunity and experience that was in ...

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    by William Madden | @WPMadden
    Wednesday, 22 March 2017
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    Change Management: #Engage109 Represents 2nd-Order Change

    “Life begins at the end ofyour comfort zone.” – Neale Donald Walsch  My work as a school leader brings me to change management often. From gr ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Wednesday, 15 March 2017
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    Above and Beyond: My Responsibility as Principal

    Teacher, "Recess time!" Students, "Yeh!" Teacher, "Let's play some football!" Students, "I wanna be on your team!" Teacher, "I'll be the all-tim ...

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    by William Madden | @WPMadden
    Tuesday, 28 February 2017
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    On January 23rd, my 15-year career as a classroom teacher changed dramatically, as I began a new role as interim principal in one of my district's e ...

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    by William Madden | @WPMadden
    Tuesday, 21 February 2017
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    Learning in the Snow

    Last year a student approached me and said that he had a concern. His concern was that none of his classmates seem to know about what is happening i ...

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    by Donald Gately
    Friday, 17 February 2017
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    My Educational Heroes: School Counselors!

    Last year, I had the privilege of presenting, along with the high school principals, to the Worthington City Schools Board of Education on the “Stat ...

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    by Neil Gupta | @drneilgupta
    Tuesday, 07 February 2017
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    Addressing Equity - Opportunity - Acceleration for All #Engage109

    "Continuous effort, not strength or intelligence is the key to unlocking our potential." - Winston Churchill In the Deerfield Public Schools, Dist ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Sunday, 05 February 2017
  • After the Mic Drops

    It still seems to be an accepted response continuing to receive a smile when someone makes a "drop the mic" comment in response to a profound activi ...

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    by Neil Gupta | @drneilgupta
    Wednesday, 01 February 2017
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    “Many people die with their music still in them.”– Oliver Wendell Holmes As educators, it’s our job to help them find their music! I think that th ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Tuesday, 31 January 2017
  • Vision – Change – Growth

    “Great organizations demand a high level of commitment by the people involved.”– Bill Gates Vision (eyesight) is one of our five senses, eyesig ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Monday, 23 January 2017
  • The Unlearning Leader: Leading for Tomorrow's Schools Today - NEW BOOK!

    “I always wanted to be honest with myself and to those who had faith in me.”– Rafael Nadal  Have you ever had to “unlearn” something? Do you ...

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    by Michael Lubelfeld | @mikelubelfeld
    Friday, 20 January 2017
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