Tag: strategies

Article Nov, 2017

Research Shows that Engaging Parents on Student Progress has Big Benefits

Engaging parents in a student’s K-12 educational experience creates significant benefits. See the ways in which districts and families can improve outcomes.

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November, 2016

Reducing Suspensions Down to Zero

As a former K-8 principal, I can tell you that suspensions, both in-school and out-of-school, never made sense to me. I liken suspending a student to the discipline strategy my parents would use when my siblings or I did something unacceptable at home…

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January, 2017

3 Characteristics of Effective Blended Learning

Blended learning, which combines the best of face-to-face and online instruction in ways that can help personalize education for students, often looks very different from one classroom to the next. But when it’s done well, blended learning typically involves some common elements, says Michael B. Horn, co-founder of the Christensen Institute.

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changing role of CFO
September, 2016

The Changing Role of the District CFO

Once seen as little more than “number-crunchers,” chief financial officers are proving their value not just as budget-balancers but more importantly as top strategic thinkers and district leaders.

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