June 7, 2023 Important first question: where did the high school classroom come from? It’s important to remember that the high school classroom essentially didn’t exist until the 20th century.
June 5, 2023 Regenerative practice can never be achieved or ticked off a list. Regenerative practice is just that, practice that emerges from a set of principles. Regeneration is dynamic
May 23, 2023 On Sunday, April 2, 2023, I read an interesting and provocative article by Frank Bruni that was published in the New York Times. The title of the
May 16, 2023 In a country where self-serve businesses seem a fitting symbol for a pervasive approach to life, I’m not surprised that I get a lot of criticism for
May 15, 2023 Districts and schools dedicate significant time and energy to providing ongoing training and professional development for their educators. Look at any school calendar, and you will see
May 11, 2023 How can we build skills to become more emotionally intelligent school leaders? This article is the second in a series, investigating the ways in which emotions serve
May 10, 2023 This may be an unpopular opinion, but the pandemic year was awesome for our school. We had families who were grateful for school and for our teachers.
May 9, 2023 “If there is a meaning in life at all, then there must be a meaning in suffering. Suffering is an ineradicable part of life, even as fate
May 4, 2023 Are you constantly plagued with a lack of motivation? Do you find yourself scrolling through Tik Tok instead of through your extensive list of assignments? Have you
May 1, 2023 Those who “believe” they have the answers to present urgencies are terribly dangerous. —Donna Haraway When we try to solve problems, when we see ourselves as change-makers,