Futures literacy leadership: Leading in the age of disruption
In the ever-evolving landscape of education accelerated by rapid, disruptive societal change, the need for visionary and transformative leaders has become more critical than ever.
5 steps to transform your district for success
Our district was in the bottom 5% of districts in South Carolina and had been taken over by the state. Here's how we turned it around.
To keep a strong military, help spouses secure the home front
As the U.S. military struggles to recruit and retain service members, Congress and the administration are weighing a range of options to help combat chronically high unemployment rates among military spouses, which hovers around 22 percent.
The Vital Connection Between School Performance, Regional Economic Success and National Security
The struggle of U.S. public schools to gain back learning losses students suffered from the COVID pandemic is especially important for those communities near military installations due to the economic benefits put at risk.
Vermont students to take new standardized test in the spring
Vermont students in grades three to nine will be taking a new state exam in 2023, with an emphasis on equity.
Ivey named first Cognia “STEM champion”
Gov. Kay Ivey in 2020 created the Alabama STEM Council to expand STEM education opportunities in the state.
What we can do to ensure a quality education for military children
Why is education quality in elementary and secondary schools a matter of national force readiness? It’s because highly talented professionals with specialty jobs have been leaving the forces due to the less than stellar quality of K-12 education that their children receive around their assigned duty stations.
What makes a good school?
Every school’s improvement journey is unique but they should always include consistent measures of the quality.
Cultivating a healthy school culture supports teachers
Schools improve when teachers are supported in ways that enable them to do their best work in the classroom.
South Dearborn Schools Receive Full-District Accreditation
Only 20 school corporations in the state have received such accreditation.