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Sep 16, 2019

Have you ever heard someone talk about your school and you think, "That's not even close!" I'm guessing you have. But the crucial question is: did you set them straight? My guess is that doesn't often happen. Here is the deal though, it's up to us to change the narrative.

From custodians, to teachers, to admin, to the...


Sep 13, 2019

In the last regular episode of Anchored in Education, Dr. Tony Frontier joined us to discuss his book Five Levers to Improve Learning. Tony's book gives thought-provoking insights into how we often make try to find solutions to problems using the wrong lever of change.

I had the opportunity to talk more to Tony about...


Sep 9, 2019

How many times have you heard the word change in education? Okay, too many to count. Let's just go with how many times you've heard change so far this year. Probably still a lot. It is no secret that change is a constant in education. But are we changing the right components to achieve the results we're actually...


Sep 2, 2019

The Titanic is still one of the most recognized maritime disasters. Historians often point out that the loss of so many lives could have been avoided had the White Star Line put the proper amount of life boats on the ship. Something that would not have kept the doomed ship afloat would have been rearranging...


Sep 1, 2019

One of the most crucial aspects of education is involvement from families.  Research even shows how valuable it is on students.  Increased family engagement leads to higher grades, better attendance, and more likely that a student will have a successful post-secondary career.  

I honestly believe schools all over are...