June 8, 2023 As the cliché goes, “It’s not you, it’s me.” In this sense, education (you) is not what today’s students (me) need. What do I mean by this?
February 22, 2023 The world couldn’t be more different in early 2023 than anyone could have planned for. As such, many of the “strategic plans” hatched in 2018 or 2019
August 17, 2022 Sometimes the greatest impediment to change is trying to do it from within the structures, formats, restrictions, and histories of a system. In doing so, answers to
May 26, 2022 Shiny new things are often the first noticed at a school. As well, trends grab hold of the popular narrative, and schools are forced to create programs
Do you remember how you got your first teaching job in an independent school? What did that process look like? Was it via a search agency? Referral from a colleague?
As I watched the commercials and halftime show of the 2022 Super Bowl, it struck me. The entire marketing plan for the event was focused on Generation X and Generation
February 22, 2022 As an independent school teacher for the past 25 years, I have been around long enough to have seen trends and buzz-words come and go, financial events