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"Especially given the liminal, post-pandemic moment we’re in, it’s important to grapple with this basic truth: if employees feel that their ideas and suggestions don’t matter, it’s very hard for them to feel engaged."
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Professional education alumnus pushes the boundaries of Italian academia
With the help of HGSE professional development, educators work collaboratively to learn new ways to help turn their schools around
"Leaders of learning must do more than assess the quality of instruction. They must continually examine the larger system that either supports or constrains excellent instruction and both seek and use shared insight to cultivate collaborative change."
“Education is important, but it’s no panacea. And an education-only narrative misses other structural features of our society that have to change. ... The core thing is how much race matters.”
"Early in your career, it can be useful to have an assortment of mentors (i.e., a mentor board of directors) to guide you — first, because they may have different insights that can help you in your career journey, and second, because you’re asking for less time and commitment from each individual mentor."
"In our mid-twenties, we also stop experiencing the intensity of the 'imaginary audience,' which makes us especially attuned to what other people think about us ... . As the imaginary audience quiets down, we feel more willing to deviate from groupthink or even to stand out from the crowd by innovating and taking strategic risks."
Longtime radio host shares what he’s learned from his incarcerated students
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