What Students Learn From Being the TeacherBY CURTIS CHANDLER · PUBLISHED 07/15/2018A MiddleWeb BlogThe day I landed my first job as a middle school language arts teacher I nearly exploded with excitement. I was fresh out of college and confident that my courses in literature, writing, and instructional methods had…See More
Money, not grades, more likely to get in the way of that college educationMany students are paying more than they expected to for a higher education, according to a new survey.A majority of college students do not think the value of their education is keeping pace with those high costs.Financial snafus — such as parents getting rejected for loans or budget shortfalls — can lead them to walk away from educational pursuits.Lorie Konish…See More
Tell our School Leadership 2.0 community a little bit about yourself. Feel free to post your email address and website. Also feel free to list your areas of interest. This will help other members dialogue with you.
I am pleased to work with my friend and colleague Bill Brennan on the creation of this new resource for educational leaders. After a career of 34 years in public education (21 as principal of a middle school and a high school), my "retirement" has really been a "resetting" of my life. I greatly enjoy my work as a consultant, especially helping and mentoring new school leaders.
School Leadership 2.0 is the premier virtual learning community for school leaders from around the globe. Our community is a subscription based paid service ($19.95/year) which will provide school leaders with outstanding resources. Learn more about membership to this service by clicking one our links below.