Lessons Learned as an Edupreneur Year 4: But For One, Life Would be Great | Tanya Sheckley | 4 Min Read
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
April 20, 2023 After a two-hour drive due north from the Hartford, CT, area, one exits the highway and winds through the hills to Saxton’s River, VT, the home of
April 13, 2023 WHY AM I WRITING ABOUT THIS ISSUE? For the past five decades, those in the Princeton University Admission Office have made a concerted effort to diversify the
April 11, 2023 Our third year of operation at UP Academy was 2020-2021. If you are an educator you may have just gotten goosebumps thinking about that year. It was
April 10, 2023 How can the science of emotion empower us as school leaders? “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people
April 5, 2023 Before Seth Godin’s famous marketing book, Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable, hit the market, we were first treated to the concept of the purple
March 17, 2023 This article was originally posted on the Miss Porter’s School website. Have you ever read a novel in which the historical context was of no importance? Do
March 15, 2023 Of all the claims that schools make, perhaps the most ubiquitous is the assertion that “our students learn to take risks.” Risk-taking is meant to suggest that
Lessons Learned as an Edupreneur Year 2: You can’t be everything to everyone | Tanya Sheckley | 3 Min Read
March 9, 2023 When I first launched my school we wanted to create programs that were accessible to more students than just our own. The reasoning for this was multi-faceted.