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Article Dec, 2017

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coaching teachers
July, 2017

A District Leader’s Guide to Coaching Teachers

Improving student achievement starts by improving the performance of its teachers. Here are tips to incorporate coaching into professional development.

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December, 2016

How To Improve School Culture with Positive Reinforcement

Research shows that improving school culture can close achievement gaps and improve attendance and graduation rates. Former principal Kyle Wagner shared five effective strategies for strengthening school culture on Edutopia. We wanted to expand on his strategies to showcase how positive behavior reinforcement programs, such as the Learning Earnings Achievement Program, can motivate students and […]

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Tips to Fight Bullying
October, 2016

5 Tips to Fight Bullying

Bullying can take many forms, but there’s one thing you can be sure of: It is happening within your schools. In order to successfully combat bullying and change the culture of a school, prevention must start at the very top of the district and trickle down to teachers, staff and students.

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October, 2016

Infographic: National Bullying Prevention Month and PBIS

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Which means schools and organizations across the nation are encouraging communities to work to stop bullying by increasing awareness of bullying and its impact on children. The infographic discusses different frameworks where PBIS can be applied and the important impact it can have in students’ lives.

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August, 2016

CTO Round-Up: Changing District Culture

This week we’re featuring five articles from around the web on one topic. Our topic this week is how CTO’s are able to change the culture of a school district.

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Social
July, 2016

Superintendent Round-Up: Social Media

This week we’re featuring five articles from around the web on one topic. Our topic is Social Media, and since there are so many people talking about social media in school districts, we’re going to use some of the industry’s leading blogs.

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April, 2016

The Superintendent’s Guide to Facebook

In order to use Facebook most effectively in a school setting, content should be shared often but not too often and should feature a variety of formats, including pictures and videos of school events, shared links from other pages or websites, and simple text announcements.

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Twitter
March, 2016

The Superintendent’s Guide to Twitter

Superintendents aren’t just the academic leaders of their school districts anymore. With the rise in today’s social media use, superintendents can also act as brand managers who lead an on-going dialogue to connect with students, parents and community members in ways that were unimaginable just a few years ago.

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humor
March, 2016

Humor – A Great Leadership Tool

Humor is a great way to start a professional relationship. Humor builds trust and credibility. People generally open up more to someone that is easy to get along with and not stuck solely on business.

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superintendent board
February, 2016

Nine Ways to Reduce or Avoid Superintendent/Board Friction

James Capolupo has a decade of experience as a superintendent building strong relationships with school board members. He discusses how the relationship between the district’s leader and its school board can directly impact its students. He offers his advice on how to avoid pitfalls that can cause friction between superintendents and board members.

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