TrustED (blog) by Todd Kominiak Last week, a lawsuit brought by public school parents in Nashville, Tenn., against an area charter school network received class-action status. According to News Channel 5, the lawsuit accuses RePublic Schools [...]
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 [...]
“We have to provide funding to back up the mandates.” Chris Brown, a 30-year veteran of the Southwest Local School District in Ohio, talks with Carole about the value of local control, the importance of public [...]
Carole speaks with Paul Imhoff & Dr. John Marschhausen about all of the new ideas and practices that school districts must address in our modern public schools. Topics include: teaching the “whole child”, how technology [...]
There is more to working with the media than simply responding to questions. You need to develop a cooperative relationship, and become a valued resource.
Identifying who needs to hear your message is only part of the communications process. You must also ensure that they receive and understand your message.
The question facing voters is whether to oust a polarizing school board that has championed charter schools, performance-based teacher pay and other education measures supported by conservatives.