Month: January 2016

Ensuring social justice and a diverse and equitable leadership

Ensuring social justice and a diverse and equitable leadership By Kenneth Magdaleno   The essence of leadership for social justice and equity is “praxis,” that which Brazilian educator Paulo Freire described as “reflection and action upon the world in order to transform… Read More

Why Not Just Suspend? 5 Strategies for Conversations About School Discipline

Why Not Just Suspend? 5 Strategies for Conversations About School Discipline By Jessica and John Hannigan Communicating alternative school discipline effectively can be a laborious task for administrators. Prior to giving an alternative to a student, the beliefs… Read More

Suspensions Won’t Work: Changing Student Behavior For the Long Term

Teacher calling on a student in class

Suspensions Won’t Work: Changing Student Behavior For the Long Term By Jessica and John Hannigan A teacher who gives up on a student who can’t read is similar to an administrator  who gives up on a student by… Read More