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Improving student behavior through SEL
Improving student behavior through SEL

Fights, cursing and incidents of disrespect from students had teachers crying out for help in this Wisconsin district. How leaders addressed it with a data-informed social-emotional learning program.

2021: My educational guiding principles
2021: My educational guiding principles

An educator shares his personal goals -- his guiding principles -- and what he’s doing to make sure they don’t slip off his radar this year.

Why foreign-language skills matter for the next-generation workforce
Why foreign-language skills matter for the next-generation workforce

The demand for language skills is greater than it’s ever been before -- and it is only getting bigger. ACTFL’s Howie Berman outlines a plan to get there.

Taking a pause
Taking a pause

The recent surge in coronavirus cases has forced many leaders into fast decisions, sometimes to their schools detriment. Four ways to hit pause and give yourself time to think.

In the “hot seat”: Sharing, learning in a leadership cohort
In the “hot seat”: Sharing, learning in a leadership cohort

School leadership is difficult, lonely work -- especially now. Leadership cohorts let you connect with peers who understand the nuances of your work and can offer practical insight, support and solutions.

Hidden benefits higher education gained from the pandemic
Hidden benefits higher education gained from the pandemic

A discussion with higher education clients and colleagues nationwide to uncover heightened ways of thinking, doing and being

Getting to maybe
Getting to maybe

Executing on plans has been tough amid the pandemic, as circumstances change and shift on a dime. Here are three ways to keep moving forward.

The key to a better world? Teach empathy early
The key to a better world? Teach empathy early

Teaching empathy in its true form can develop thoughtful students who are ready to participate in global citizenry.

Progress, not perfection
Progress, not perfection

It’s not perfection that we should pursue, but the processes that move learning forward -- and help us help others.

University leaders paint picture of COVID-19’s impact on staffing nationally
University leaders paint picture of COVID-19’s impact on staffing nationally

The coronavirus pandemic is changing higher education. Here's what college presidents and other leaders are doing to adjust staffing for COVID-19.

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