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COVID-19: The Importance of Empathetic Leadership During a Crisis

By Andrew Hawk I hope everyone is staying healthy and safe these days. Last week saw the order for schools in my state, Indiana, to remain closed for the rest of the year. School districts are still responsible for delivering … Continue reading

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8 Free Professional Learning Opportunities for Educators

Watch these edWeb and ECI webinar recordings, and you may be able to earn continuing education credits in 90 minutes or less. (All webinars are free, but you may be charged a small fee for continuing education credits.) You’ll find … Continue reading

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What Happens When the Principal Has First-Day-of-School Jitters?

By Andrew Hawk When I first became a teacher, I intended to teach for ten years. Afterward, I wanted to transition into either administration or college instruction. By the time I started a graduate program in educational leadership, I knew … Continue reading

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How to Integrate Leadership Lessons into Every Subject

By Mariam G. MacGregor, M.S., author of the Everyday Leadership series It’s early in a new year. Attitudes are blooming with new ideas and optimism after the stress of the holidays, the year is a blank page, and kids are … Continue reading

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Peer Mentoring Basics

By Mariam G. MacGregor, M.S., author of the Everyday Leadership series Many schools and youth organizations use peer mentoring. It is an amazing way to empower students on both sides—the person getting help and the person helping. No matter one’s … Continue reading

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