Archive for the 'Leadership and Vision'

Schools are supposed to help students master the dominant information landscape of their time

Our new information landscape is digital bits in the ether instead of ink dots on paper. There is...
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Headwinds or tailwinds?

David Brooks said over at the New York Times: The crucial social divide today is between those...
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Irresponsible fearmongering

Three days after the launch of Pokemon Go here in the United States, a central office administrator...
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#educolor – The most important hashtag you’re probably not following

Two years ago this fall, Jose Vilson launched EduColor. It’s a website, it’s a hashtag, it’s...
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Cuneiform, anyone?

Louisiana just passed a law mandating that all students learn cursive in grades 3 through 12....
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Digital Leadership Daily now has over 1,000 subscribers

I’m pleased to note that Digital Leadership Daily is now reaching over 1,000 daily subscribers...
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Innovation academies help build shared understanding, capacity, and commitment

This year I’ve had the incredible privilege of working with the Johnston (IA), Emmetsburg (IA),...
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What we choose not to do matters

Seth Godin said: most of the stuff that goes wrong, much of the organizational breakdown, the...
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Don’t underestimate Kelly Tenkely

It would be very easy to underestimate Kelly Tenkely. She’s young, she’s hip, she’s got a...
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The biggest indictment of our schools is not their failure to raise test scores

The latest results are available from the annual Gallup poll of middle and high school students....
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