We usually think of change as big, overwhelming, and insurmountable. This might be the addition of graduation portfolios, raising reading scores, or addressing Social Emotional Learning standards. This feels more than you have time, energy, or resources for. So why try? Because change can start small.
You just have to break it down.
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Instead of focusing on what is not going well, we must search for examples of success, highlight them, and analyze what makes them work.
This is especially true when we are challenging systemic oppression.
In the world of public education, we’ve been trained to prepare kids for college and careers, using minimal resources. After years of pounding our heads against the wall, the days seem to be getting darker and it feels like winter is always coming. But there’s hope.
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There are so many books about education and leadership. I myself have a bookshelf filled with tons of “must read” texts. My nightstand and the backseat of my car are filled with more.
Where do you start to get a foundation and learn shortcuts to success?
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