Why Education Leaders Should Work Hard, and Play Harder

Savvy Leadership:

Holly Elissa Bruno with Stuart Brown MD, Susan Offutt Ph.D.

Educating children, preparing them for the future and raising student achievement is a serious responsibility. Our guests today say that we’ll all do a much better job of meeting those goals if we approach them with a spirit of play. Learn more…

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Episode Guests
Stuart Brown MD is the founder of the National Institute for Play, where he speaks, consults and educates organizations, corporations, universities, and public policy makers about the importance of play in our lives and the unexpected, serious consequences that occur when play is neglected. Susan Offutt Ph.D. is the Executive Director at the McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership, providing leadership and overseeing the day-to-day operations that relate to the orchestration of tasks and establishment of systems.
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