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Chris Lehman on Reclaiming the Principalship

Families drop their children off at school each day hoping that we will make their children’s lives greater than their own. Every guardian wants this.  (continue reading)

Series: Educator Self-Reflection as a Political Act - Part Four: Be Brave, Mess Up, But Do Something

Series: Educator Self-Reflection as a Political Act - Part Four: Be Brave, Mess Up, But Do Something  (continue reading)

Series: Educator Self-Reflection as a Political Act - Part Three: A Tool to Rethink Reflection

Series: Educator Self-Reflection as a Political Act - Part Three: A Tool to Rethink Reflection  (continue reading)

Series: Educator Self-Reflection as a Political Act - Part Two: Challenging the World Outside

Series: Educator Self-Reflection as a Political Act - Part Two: Challenging the World Outside  (continue reading)

Series: Educator Self-Reflection as a Political Act - Part One: Reflecting on Our Mission

Series: Educator Self-Reflection as a Political Act - Part One: Reflecting on Our Mission  (continue reading)

Santa Fe Day 3 Blog: Teaching for Engagement, Inquiry, and Understanding

Santa Fe Day 3 Blog: Teaching for Engagement, Inquiry, and Understanding  (continue reading)

Santa Fe Day 2 Live Blog: Teaching for Engagement, Inquiry, and Understanding

Santa Fe Day 2 Live Blog: Teaching for Engagement, Inquiry, and Understanding  (continue reading)

Santa Fe Day 1 Live Blog: Teaching for Engagement, Inquiry, and Understanding

Santa Fe Day 1 Live Blog: Teaching for Engagement, Inquiry, and Understanding  (continue reading)

Inquiry In Action Twitter Chat

Inquiry In Action Twitter Chat  (continue reading)

Your Heinemann Link Round-Up for the Week of November 29–December 5

Your Heinemann Link Round-Up for the Week of November 29–December 5  (continue reading)

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