Three Key Points for Schools Opening In-Person

Spread the love Businesses all over the world are slowly beginning to reopen, but schools and educational institutions face special challenges during this time period. Schools need to carefully plan their reopening strategy before restarting any in-person classes or programs. Here are three key points every school should consider: Symptom Screening If feasible, schools should … Read more

9 Issues That Negatively Impact the Teaching and Learning Process

Spread the love Schools experience various problems every day that in turn, affect student learning negatively. Although school administrators and teachers strive to resist these challenges, it is usually hard. Irrespective of the techniques employed by schools, some factors may never be removed. This notwithstanding, schools must work towards reducing the effect of these problems … Read more

Educators Who Consider Themselves ‘White Allies’ Are Dangerous When It Comes To Developing Anti-Racist Classrooms

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Posted Feb. 17, 2021

I have been navigating majority (or all) white spaces for a very long time. Whether it was the tracked gifted and talented classes or my…

Posted Feb. 22, 2021

“I am a white ally,” the 30 something-year-old white teacher declared emphatically in the diversity and inclusion professional development session. She snapped her fingers to…

Posted Feb. 17, 2021

On January 6, as my students were learning about the history of trench warfare during World War I, I had no idea that our own…

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How to Become an Education Administrator in Wyoming

Spread the love Learn how to become an Education Administrator or School Principal in Wyoming. While some states require separate licenses for different positions, the Wyoming Professional Teaching Standards Board (PTSB) provides endorsement areas added to an educator’s licensure. Those who hold a Wyoming Educator License may apply to add endorsements in school administration. The … Read more

How to Become an Education Administrator in Wisconsin

Spread the love Learn how to become an Education Administrator or School Principal in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction offers administration licensure for accomplished educators who wish to move into leadership positions at their schools. Licensure in administration shows that an administrator candidate can sustain school culture, ensure proper school management, and have … Read more

How to Become an Education Administrator in West Virginia

Spread the love Learn how to become an Education Administrator or School Principal in West Virginia. West Virginia offers 3 administrative endorsements for qualified candidates: School principal Superintendent Supervisor of Instruction Academic Obligations All administrative credentials apply to the Pre-Kindergarten to Adulthood licensure level because education administrators must be prepared to lead all education groups. … Read more

How to Become an Education Administrator in Washington D.C.

Spread the love Learn how to become an Education Administrator or School Principal in Washington D.C. Our schools need effective leaders well-versed in the intricacies of providing quality education for students of all backgrounds. In Washington D.C., earning an Education Administrator Services Credential permits candidates to serve as school principals or assistant school principals in … Read more

How to Become an Education Administrator in Washington

Spread the love Learn how to become an Education Administrator or School Principal in Washington. School education administrators and school principals are leaders in their communities, seeking to strengthen their schools’ educational foundations. Given the huge obligations and demanding standards of school education administrators, potential education administrators must show they can lead by seeking licensure … Read more

Cardona Matters, But the Most Important Decisions Will Happen at the Local Level

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Posted Feb. 3, 2021

President Joe Biden has certainly kept busy during his first days in the Oval Office. He has issued a call for national unity, doubled down…

Posted Feb. 1, 2021

Here at brightbeam, our North Star is “How Are The Children?” As parents look back over the last nine months of COVID-related school disruptions and…

Posted Feb. 2, 2021

The societal turmoil, protests, and unrest—all a cry for justice. The focus is on Black lives; however, this goes beyond Black lives being protected from…

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School Leadership After COVID Starts With Grace, Patience, Empathy and Flexibility

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Posted Jan. 7, 2021

I sat yesterday after school watching the news, Twitter and my email, mortified by the actions unfolding in our nation’s capital (and across the nation),…

Posted Jan. 5, 2021

Imagine an America where every child is valued at the level their creator intended.  Now, let’s hope together that president-elect Joe Biden’s pick for education…

Posted Jan. 8, 2021

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos resigned last night, citing Wednesday’s putsch at the Capitol, Trump’s incitement of violence, and her concern that “impressionable children are watching…

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