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From the Podcast: Don’t Hunker in Your Bunker

September 19, 2016

We’ve talked time and time again about the key component of crisis communication is to already have a communications plan in place and a good relationship with your community so they’ll trust you when an emergency hits. This week we’re talking with Dr. Joe Clark, Superintendent of Nordonia Schools in Northfield, Ohio, about leadership and communications when a crisis hits.

@DrJoeClark

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From the Podcast: Building a “Crowdstruction” Movement

September 13, 2016

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From the Podcast: Grassroots Campaigning for Your Ballot Issues

August 29, 2016

This week’s guest is Susan Mahler from Mahler Strategic Consulting. Her work with Ohio Schools to build effective grassroots campaigns to pass levy issues has earned her a winning reputation as a strategic authority in education and campaigns.

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From the Podcast: Engagement in Educational Leadership

July 20, 2016

This week’s show deals with women and community in educational leadership. Our guest is Dr. Gail Kist-Kline, superintendent of Mason City Schools and one of the premiere leaders in public education in Ohio.

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From the Podcast: Looking at Mississippi and Beyond

May 30, 2016

Today’s show touches on funding, equity, and resources in public schools and how socioeconomic status and zip codes are dictating the success of our students. Our guest is Dr. Denver Fowler, professor at the University of Mississippi, who has served as a coach, teacher, athletic director and administrator in P­12 settings for over a decade. He was named the 2015 State Assistant Principal of the Year in the state of Ohio and nominated for the National Assistant Principal of the Year. His research interests include ethics, leadership and research on the superintendency.

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Planning for the Transition from High School to College

Allerton Hill Consulting podcast on transitioning from high school to college with Elizabeth Probst

May 2, 2016

This week’s show focuses on the all important question of what college to attend and the factors that go into making that decision. We welcome Beth Probst, from At the Core, an organization that was founded to help serve students as they prepare to make important decisions that surround their transition from high school to the future.

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From the Podcast: Effectively Communicating During and After a School Shooting or Any Major Crisis

Communications in a School Crisis from the We Love Schools Podcast & Allerton Hill Consulting

April 25, 2016

This week’s podcast takes an honest look at school shootings and crisis situations from a school communications lens. We welcome Ellen Ondrey, the District Community Coordinator with Chardon Schools in Northern Ohio. Through conversation we seek to better understand both the process of dealing with a tragedy and the impact of crisis situations on schools as well as the community at ­large.

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From the Podcast: Tech Trends with Keith Pomeroy

Technology Trends podcast from Allerton Hill Consulting for schools

April 21, 2016

This week’s show is a continuation about trends in technology. Carole welcomes back Keith Pomeroy, the Chief Technology Officer at Upper Arlington Schools in Ohio to fill us in on the latest and the greatest technology trends.

“You have to be open to flexibility… and you have to talk to kids. Pay attention to what’s happening in their world.”

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From the Podcast: 1:1 Technology Initiative in Your School

1:1 Technology Initiative in Schools : a podcast interview from Allerton Hill Consulting

April 11, 2016

Today’s show is about technology and 1:1 initiatives in public schools. Technology can be a great equalizer for students, but understanding all sides of implementation and day­to­day use is crucial to the success of any 1:1 technology program. Our guest is Keith Pomeroy, the Chief Technology Officer at Upper Arlington Schools in Ohio where they have recently successfully launched a 1:1 initiative.

“…changing what is possible in the classroom.”

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From the Podcast: Strong Leaders, Strong Schools

Dr Thomas Tucker, Superintendent of the Year, Ohio, Talks about Strong Leadership in Schools on the We Love Schools Podcast

March 31, 2016

Dr. Thomas Tucker, Princeton City Schools Superintendent (Ohio) and the National Superintendent of the Year, talks with Carole about the power of public schools, the importance of vision, the public debate over the role of public schools and what he would change if he were king for a day.

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