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Giving students what they need most

What do students with learning disabilities need the most from their special educator? While many individualized skills and interventions are needed, there is one skill all students need from their special educator: the ability to problem-solve. Problem-solving is a key...

source: By Pamela Hill
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Regular school attendance is a major factor in student success. Those with chronic absenteeism are more likely to fall behind in reading, score lower on standardized tests, not graduate high school and not attend college. To improve attendance, it takes a village —...

source: NAESP

Every school stakeholder hopes that students arrive each day with a hunger to learn. When schools make breakfast part of the school day, just like lunch, students succeed. Absenteeism and behavior disruptions decline and students' academic outcomes increase. Most importantly,...

source: NAESP

It's a question women around the world ask themselves every day: Can I have it all? Let's cut to the chase: The answer is "yes," but women must decide what "all" means to them, and acknowledge that the definition will evolve as their lives evolve, too.

source: Inc. (commentary)

Do we all aspire to be people managers? It often feels like a rite of passage, but our differing motivations for this career step can have big implications. Is it because we want the influence to get things done our way, and to see our...

source: Forbes

In their book, "Hidden Value: How Great Companies Achieve Extraordinary Results with Ordinary People," authors Jeffrey Pfeffer and Charles O’Reilly claim that there is mounting evidence that delegating more responsibility for decision making increases productivity,...

source: Harvard Business Review

Jane Perdue, a contributor for The Lead Change Group, writes: "I almost spoke but didn't — and was glad of it. My words weren't helpful, noble or persuasive. Only critical. As Dale Carnegie once said, any fool can criticize. I didn't want to be another fool; several...

source: The Lead Change Group (commentary)

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