In my over 25 years as an educator, I’ve learned a lot about education leadership with the understanding that leadership comes in many forms, and everyone has an important role to play in reducing inequality in our schools.
Can Superintendents’ Evaluation Lead to Their Own Growth?
Reflecting with candor on her own tenure in district leadership, the author details the challenge of making the process ‘protective, transparent and relational’
3 Shifts That Will Benefit Every New Ed. Leader
We need leaders who can develop shared visions of what school can be.
The challenge of balancing the collective trauma communities have experienced with the responsibility of teaching and learning at high levels.
Part Three: Are Your Leadership Practices Good Enough for Racial Justice?
You don’t need to be a ‘savior.’ You do need to put building trust and reaching out at the top of your list.
Part Two: Does Your District’s Way of Decisionmaking Reinforce Systemic Racism?
Leaders must ask if their vision of student success reflects what Black and Latinx families say is most important.
Part One: Ed. Leaders: Discuss Race, Call Out White Supremacy
Downplaying the realities of racism leads to misunderstanding school problems and developing inadequate solutions.