Getting pushed and pulled by politically charged conversations that are happening in your community?
Shhh… don’t tell anyone, but I have a strong-willed and determined child. I am here to tell you – she is HARD, and has been since the very beginning.
Earlier this month, we presented to Ohio’s career tech superintendents about social media. What we told them is this: If you do not recognize how to appropriately use social media then you are using social media all wrong. And, let’s
Chances are, if you’re reading this blog, you are among the ~70% of Americans that have at least one social media profile (www.pewresearch.org/internet/fact-sheet/social-media/). And whether you scroll to keep up with: friends, news, entertainment or just because, you’re likely spending
Growing up, I loved getting ready for the first day of school – the new shoes, clothes and backpack. Not to mention all the crisp new folders, fresh pencil cases and perfect notebooks with unbent pages. I just could not
Just like Presidents and other elected officials publicly announce a plan for their first 100 days in office, school superintendents need one too. Whether you are new to the community or have been promoted from within, all new superintendents need