This article attempts to explain how leadership has an effect on student learning and what the essential ingredients of successful leadership are. The authors suggest that leadership is second only to teaching in its impact on student-learning.
Richard DuFour argues that Professional Learning Communities have a lot of potential, but should focus on these principles to be effective…
Margaret J. Wheatley argues that the chaotic, fluid, and dynamic world of the 21st century demands a fundamental adjustment in how people think. Instead of focusing on providing answers and solutions, she writes, we must be willing to ask questions, admit uncertainty, and listen more than we speak.
YouTube sensation Kid President believes that every person is both a teacher and a student. He gives advice for how to be successful as both.
Jon Saphier and Matthew King assert that school improvement emerges from the strengthening of teachers’ skills, the systematic renovation of curriculum, the improvement of the organization, and the involvement of parents and citizens in responsible school-community partnerships, and that school culture is the foundation for each and can either strengthen or undermine these actions.