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    Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

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    Educational leadership and mission creep?

    As President of Teachers College, Columbia University1, Dr. Susan Fuhrman recently faced criticism on two fronts. First, there was significant criticism (and even a quiet protest at graduation) over the decision to award the TC Medal of Distinguished Service to New York State Regents Chancellor Merryl Tisch. According to one petition to stop this award, As […]

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    Learn with me this summer?!?!

    I’m pleased and excited to announce that the VCU School of Education is running our first Emerging Technologies Institute this summer. It’s a fully online professional development program for educators. There are six courses available to educators, and each can be taken for university credit and/or for recertification points (non-credit). You can obtain details about […]

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    Leadership Fail?

    Rupert and James Murdoch: Asked by one lawmaker, “Do you accept that ultimately you are responsible for this whole fiasco?” Rupert Murdoch simply responded: “No.” Dr. Beverly Hall While on vacation in Hawaii, former Atlanta Public Schools superintendent Beverly Hall told WXIA TV on camera Wednesday that she “absolutely knew nothing about the cheating.” Oh, and one […]

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    Who are the thought leaders in educational leadership?

    Quick, tell me how much you know about the people in the following list: Luvern L. Cunningham Barbara Jackson William L. Boyd Wayne Hoy Martha McCarthy Flora Ida Ortiz Jerry Starrat Cecil Miskel Catherine Marshall Karen Seashore Louis Maybe you recognize a few of those names? None? Well, those are the most recent recipients of […]

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    MLK Day Post: A Rooney Rule for Public Education?

    In 2003, the National Football League instituted the Rooney Rule which dictates that all professional football teams must interview at least one minority candidate for an open head coaching position or any open senior football operations position.  The rule came about because Dan Rooney, the owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers, lamented the lack of minority […]

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