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Holly Richard from “How to Master the Art of Communication,” Education Update (June 2012)

Holly Richard from “How to Master the Art of Communication,” Education Update (June

Does your leadership diminish or multiply the talents of the educators in your school? It's not the genius but the genius maker that will lead organizational success.

I chose this resource because I never realized how much influence a leader has over their staff members' stress. I hope this helps address the question of whether or not your leadership diminishes or multiplies the talents of the educators in your school?

“It is our job to come up with as many options and solutions as possible so that no matter their personal circumstances, all of our students will have access to workable options.” —Thuan Nguyen, chief information and digital strategy officer, Kent School District, Washington

“It is our job to come up with as many options and solutions as possible so that no matter their personal circumstances, all of our students will have access to workable options.

Principal learning networks can be powerful. Learn how you can help encourage them.

The Power of Principal Networks

In this Education Week response, educators explain why "teachers don't leave high-poverty urban districts; they are exiled" and how to support #teachers and help them stay.

In this Education Week response, educators explain why "teachers don't leave high-poverty urban districts; they are exiled" and how to support and help them stay.

ASCD authors Todd Whitaker and Steve Gruenert explain how principals can lead a school culture transformation in this interview with Education Week.

ASCD authors Todd Whitaker and Steve Gruenert explain how principals can lead a school culture transformation in this interview with Education Week.

Teacher Appreciation

Printable File Folder Games, Other Fun Classroom Activities: If You Give a Teacher a Compliment.

An amazing letter an elementary principal sent to her students as their standardized test results came back. "There are many ways of being smart."

An amazing letter an elementary principal sent to her students as their standardized test results came back.

ASCD author Grant Wiggins gives a sneak peek into his upcoming Conference on Educational Leadership session. Wiggins shares questions all curriculum leaders should be asking before, during, and after curriculum writing.

ASCD author Grant Wiggins gives a sneak peek into his upcoming Conference on Educational Leadership session. Wiggins shares questions all curriculum leaders should be asking before, during, and after curriculum writing.

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