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Recruiting and Hiring Great Teachers

By Evelyn M. Randle-Robbins, M.A., author of The Hands-On Guide to School Improvement Staff turnover differs from school to school. Some teachers retire. Some find it difficult to adjust to instructional or organizational changes and decide to go elsewhere. Other … Continue reading

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How Veteran Teachers Can Support New Teachers at the Beginning of the School Year

By Otis Kriegel, author of Everything a New Elementary School Teacher REALLY Needs to Know (But Didn’t Learn in College) You’ve been teaching for a while. You’re comfortable in your shoes as a teacher, and you understand how to develop … Continue reading

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#WeNeedDiverseTeachers: Why Diversity Among School Staff Matters

By Evelyn M. Randle-Robbins, M.A., author of The Hands-On Guide to School Improvement I remember growing up in the 70s and not seeing a toy doll that looked like me, a black girl. Today, if you peruse the doll section … Continue reading

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Landing a Teaching Job: Résumé Tips from the Principal’s Office

By Susan Stone Kessler, Ed.D., coauthor of The Principal’s Survival Guide As a high school principal, I get résumés 12 months out of the year. Most of them come by email, so I save them in an electronic folder and … Continue reading

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9 Tips to Help Special Education Teachers and Classroom Teachers Collaborate

By Andrew Hawk The evolution of public education in America has prompted the need for collaboration between colleagues in public schools. This is especially true regarding special education and classroom teachers. For two years in a row, the Department of … Continue reading

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