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Mar 09 2012

continuously inspired

At one of our most recent staff meetings, we were asked a series of questions regarding our opinions on what it meant to be a leader. One of the questions asked us to consider whether or not we agreed with the following statement: It is better to lead with your head rather than your heart.…

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Mar 08 2012

think before you speak. . .

Black Students Face More Discipline, Data Suggests Overall, African-American students were three and a half times more likely to be suspended or expelled than their white peers. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/06/education/black-students-face-more-harsh-discipline-data-shows.html   The Trouble With Humiliating Teachers Making rankings public undermines the trust educators need to build collaborative teams. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203458604577263603261494594.html

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Mar 08 2012

a different pov

Some will undoubtedly argue that my opinion is biased, and without jumping into a philosophical discussion regarding the inherent biases of all those who read any of the blog entries on this site, I will acknowledge that I am an ’06 alumni who now works on staff. Without going into my underlying motivations for creating this…

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