Dr. Moisés Aguirre is the Superintendent of Sweetwater Union High School District, the largest secondary school district in California. In this episode we discuss AI's influence on education, the nuances of leading a diverse school district, partnerships, humility, and self-care. Dr. Aguirre shares not only his insights but also his personal experiences, emphasizing the importance of staying grounded and humble no matter the height of success. We glance into the future, discussing the innovative programs the district is developing to prepare students for college and career. With a blend of personal anecdotes and expert opinions, this episode will make you question, ponder, and most importantly, learn. Learn more about Dr. AguirreConnect with Dr. Sciarretta on X
What happens when you put a visionary superintendent, a technology pioneer and a fervent advocate for education in the same room? You get an enlightening conversation with David Shimer, the superintendent of Burton Schools, who has seen the transformative power of technology in the education field. In this riveting conversation, David takes us through his journey, from the inception of computer labs to the successful implementation of a one-to-one device program. He unpacks the lessons learned, the challenges faced, and the immense satisfaction of seeing students flourish with these integrated tools.David also dives deep into the art of leadership, unravelling what it truly means to guide and inspire. From discussing the nuances of a superintendent's responsibilities, to the importance of servant leadership, he shares invaluable insights. We also traverse the delicate balance between a demanding career and family life. David's tales of being a supportive figure in his children's lives underscore the significance of presence, not pressure, in nurturing their passions.As we journey further, we explore mentorship, the pursuit of continuous improvement, and a glimpse into the future of education. David emphasizes the critical role of educators and mentors in shaping the next generation and the necessity of investing in them. The conversation climaxes with a heartening chat about David's plans to start a podcast showcasing positive experiences within the Burton School District. Get ready for an episode that intertwines leadership, technology, education, and inspiration - all with the earnest endeavour to make a difference in the world of education.Support the showQuest for Success Links | https://linktr.ee/questforsuccess
EdLeader Podcast host Dr. Rob Jackson might just be a closet bibliophile, someone who has a great love of books. Occasionally he enjoys returning to touchstone texts or timeless tomes, those books that shaped him early in his career and life and bringing them forward, spending time again with the words, thoughts, and reflections that moved him then and move him still.This latest episode is just that, a return to a treasured book. The book, Tuesdays with Morrie, became a runaway bestseller 26 years ago. It was made into a movie and a Broadway play and is said to have changed millions of lives. A successful young man made a series of trips to visit his college professor almost twenty years after graduating. The professor, Morrie Schwartz, was in the final weeks of his life as he was gradually overtaken by ALS, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. The book recounts the fourteen Tuesday visits the young man, Mitch Albom, made, their conversations, Morrie's lectures, and his life experiences. In his final days, the professor taught his student, and all of us how to die, and consequently, how to live.He said, “The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.”In this episode, Dr. Jackson is beyond honored and excited to welcome another young man and his mentor to the podcast. They read and shared this book with each other and then shared it with Dr. Jackson. In his hands, it felt familiar, it felt timeless.Regardless of what day of the week it is as you listen to this, pretend it is Tuesday. Let's join Morrie and Mitch, and these two guests, let's imagine opening the worn pages of this beloved book and in Morrie's words, “Let it come in.”The professor said, “As long as we can love each other, and remember the feeling of love we had, we can die without ever really going away. All the love you created is still there. All the memories are still there. You live on—in the hearts of everyone you have touched and nurtured while you were here.” As EdLeaders, you will live on in the hearts of everyone you have touched and nurtured while you were here.Dr. Rob Jackson on TwitterEdLeader Podcast on TwitterElijah Jackson on Twitter
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We are asking Oklahoma's Superintendent of Education to resign for pushing religion in the schools and for verbally attacking FFRF. After honoring the life of freethinking TV correspondent Betty Rollin, we hear from two brave students — Marcus Stovall and Bear Bright — who are suing West Texas A&M University for censoring their drag show fundraiser to prevent suicide among gay youth.
Sachin Latti is the heart of Sachinmotion. With a growing team of supporters around him, his goal is to raise money and awareness for veterans & first responders in need of help as they heal from PTSD & mental health illnesses, as these issues have been a part of his life. Sachin comes from a Sikh community that has been in military service for hundreds of years, as well as a family with a history in the armed forces. He runs for veterans because it's in his blood. Lieutenant Gurbux Singh, Sachin's great-grandfather, served in WWI under the British Indian Army with great distinction, and his son, Sachin's great uncle, Lieutenant Colonel Bhag Singh, was awarded the Military Cross fighting in WWII. Sachin's grandfather, Bhajan Singh, served in the Punjab Police for many years, retiring at the rank of Superintendent of Police. Continuing Sachin's family's dedication to service, Bhajan Singh was awarded the President of India Meritorious Police Medal. After 18 years of law enforcement service, Sachin came to the realization that he'd experienced situations that he didn't know how to cope with mentally. Now, as he learns how to deal with his own mental health, he wants to honour the memories of his forefathers and those that paved the way for him and advocate for those that have been in similar situations. Sachin recently completed 22 marathons in 22 days in British Columbia Canada in support of Honour House, a tranquil retreat, a place of education and personal growth. Here, members of our Canadian Armed Forces, Veterans, Emergency Services Personnel, and their families can discover cutting-edge strategies in the treatment of operational stress injuries including anxiety, depression, and PTSD. The goal: empower these heroes so they are better equipped to navigate the often debilitating emotional and physical stresses of selfless commitment to service. @sach.in.motion https://www.sachinmotion.ca/ https://www.honourhouse.ca/ Sponsorship: @southwest_fire_academy Editing: @bradshea Marketing: @premiummixmarketingco Administration: @haileyfirefit
In this podcast we cover: What each generation is motivated by. Why we are not attractive to the current generation. How you could hire my son Reno. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
In the latest episode of The Learner-Centered Collaborative Podcast, Marlon Styles takes a seat in the hosting chair to interview Dr. Cory Steiner, Superintendent of Northern Cass School District in North Dakota. Together, they explore the district's last decade of work transforming to a learner-centered, competency-based education system. Cory explains the impetus for change, shifting mindsets around what success looks like, and key strategies the district employed to create a culture that lives out their vision, mission, and values. He highlights learner experiences across grade bands - from elementary school archaeological digs to middle school studio courses shaped by student input to high school internships. Steiner also discusses lessons he learned, the importance of community partnerships, the role of the adults and collective commitments, and what the district is ready to tackle next. Throughout, Steiner stresses the why behind it all - the obligation to meet every learner where they are and give them experiences to be ready for their next chapter, whether career, college, or military. He shares openly about mistakes made, embracing vulnerability, and believing in the promise and potential of every student.
Wow! Thrilled to interview "Dr. Joe" as he is fondly called in Bellmore Schools, NY. Dr. Joe Famularo has led in Bellmore Schools for 33 years, and the last 18 as Superintendent. He is the 2024 NYS Superintendent of the Year! Under his leadership, Bellmore Schools has flourished becoming the first school in NYS to be a Lighthouse District for Leadership by FranklinCovey Education. A musician, author, and more Dr. Joe leads with a collaborative approach and keeps kids at the heart of his focus. Excited to talk with and learn from Dr. Joe. #SurviveThrive
Be sure to follow and connect with Neil on Twitter/X - @drneilgupta Podcast Sponsor Alert!!!!! Visit edgeubadges.com now to learn more or schedule a demo. Transform professional development in your district with Edge•U Badges, where learning ignites joy and leads to tangible outcomes. Empower your educators today at edgeubadges.com. Use promo code “adam” for $20 off a premium account. Experience the difference and consider the potential for your entire district. Book Adam for your next event! mradamwelcome.com/speaking Adam's Books: Kids Deserve It - amzn.to/3JzaoZv Run Like a Pirate - amzn.to/3KH9fjT Teachers Deserve It - amzn.to/3jzATDg Empower Our Girls - amzn.to/3JyR4vm Social Media: @mradawelcome
WDAY First News anchors Lisa Budeau, Scott Engen and Dillon Vogt break down your regional news for Wednesday, November 29, 2023. InForum Minute is produced by Forum Communications and brought to you by reporters from The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and WDAY TV. Visit https:www.inforum.com/subscribe to subscribe.
In this podcast we cover: The steps to enabling employee performance. How you can use the model to assess what is your responsibility. Why it is important to own the process and the outcome. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
In this podcast we cover: How to recover responsibly. Why counting on miracles is not a good plan. How you can scale this method to smaller projects. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
Dr. Matt Hillmann discusses the topics from the November 27th Northfield School Board meeting, including the recent audit of the district’s 2022-23 fiscal year, the district’s plans for winter weather, and the ongoing conversation about the Northfield high school facility.
Ryan Walters is a former high school history teacher who currently serves as Oklahoma’s Superintendent of Public Instruction. He joins Students Over Systems to share his views on teachers unions, parental rights, and protecting children from indoctrination and sexually explicit materials. Superintendent Walters, who is a strong advocate for empowering parents by increasing transparency and […]
Ebony Johnson replaced former superintendent Deborah Gist in September. It was a chaotic start - TPS, the state's largest school district with more than 30,000 students, was under the threat of takeover by the state board of education, as state Superintendent Ryan Walters targeted Gist and TPS with criticism and ultimatums.Gist eventually stepped down, Johnson was appointed, and tensions cooled slightly."I feel like right now, leadership is needed in a way that it's never been needed before, and I'm honored to do that," Johnson told The Frontier.
Join Dr. Janet Pilcher as she engages in a conversation with Dr. Shelly Viramontez, Superintendent, and Ms. Whitney Holton, Associate Superintendent, of Campbell Union School District in Campbell, California. Dr. Viramontez discusses her commitment to leadership development, particularly focusing on aligning systems and streamlining processes so leaders can focus on meaningful and impactful work. She also shares specific examples of process improvements that have achieved significant outcomes. Additionally, Ms. Holton highlights how the district is implementing continuous improvement down to the classroom level. Listen now to hear Dr. Viramontez and Ms. Holton explain how the organizational shift from compliance to commitment is fostering a positive culture within the district.This episode addresses questions such as:How does collaboration across departments boost organizational efficiency?What positive results are achieved through intentional data collection in monitoring classroom progress?How do you empower teachers to lead the work of continuous improvement at the classroom level?Recommended Resources: Hardwiring Excellence in Education: The Nine Principles Framework, Continuous Improvement Through Leadership , Simple Strategies for Classroom Improvement, Empower Your Team: Using Plus/Delta as a Template for Making Improvement Decisions
In this podcast we cover: My experience with ADHD. What is ADHD? What we can do to connect with people who have ADHD? If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
In this podcast we cover: How to deal with vertical zones. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
In this podcast we cover: Why construction in America is in crisis. Why fundamentals are key to our recovery. How we can pull it back. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
It's all about the kiddos! Nathan Barrett, the Superintendent of School in the Hanover Area School District, joins Crockett to discuss the role a parent(s) play in making sure kids have the best chance to put their best foot forward as they grow up! It's the TACKLING ADULTHOOD podcast! Brought to you by the nation's first cable company – Service Electric, celebrating 75 years - visit SECTV.com!! And by the Cumulus Podcast Network and Cumulus Media Allentown! Find the TACKLING ADULTHOOD podcast on our station's website - Google, Spotify, Apple Podcasts - or wherever you get your podcasts!!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jordan, co-founder of Axis Capital Investments, is a passionate real estate investor with a degree in Construction Science from Texas A&M University. As a General Partner invested in over 60 doors in Texas, he leverages his extensive background as a Superintendent on $250 million+ commercial projects for effective due diligence and asset management in multifamily real estate. Beyond his commitment to real estate, Jordan consults in home remodeling, providing valuable solutions for homeowners. Based in New Braunfels, TX, Jordan enjoys family outings, travel, and the occasional round of golf. Currently overseeing 63 units at Casa San Luis in Dallas, TX, he has a notable professional history, including projects like the Kinder Museum of Fine Arts and M.D. Anderson Pavilion in Houston. Here's some of the topics we covered: Jordan's Out Of The Box Business Idea The First Deal and How Many Doors Finding Your Multifamily Superpower Aligning With A Team For Massive Success Managing Family Time With Business Time What To Do If You're Waiting For The “Crash” You Control How Successful You Are Being Conservative And Avoiding The Aggressive Doing The First Deal With 0 Experience To find out more about partnering or investing in a multifamily deal: Text Partner to 72345 or email Partner@RodKhleif.com
In this episode, join Executive Director Don Wotruba, as he engages in a thought-provoking discussion with Jamey Fitzpatrick, President and CEO of Michigan Virtual, and Ken Dirkin, their Senior Director of MVLRI. Together, they delve into the implications of AI on public schools and student education. The conversation unravels the potential shifts, challenges, and opportunities that AI presents and explores actionable insights for school board members to proactively shape policies in response to this evolving landscape.
In this podcast we cover: The comments we make about the new generation. The truth about the new generation. How we can attract them. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
David Waldman isn't about to let us go into this weekend uninformed, even if today is in the middle of that weekend. When holiday shopping don't… Actually, never, ever trust a Republican to save you money. Thanksgiving, the Fourth of July, Halloween, Talk Like a Pirate Day, are all holidays to be concerned about having an AR-15 aimed at you. The recent Louisville bank mass shooter shot people to show how easy it was for someone like him to shoot people. Some guy killed a guy for blocking his stroller, and recorded it on his camera. Remember that Beavercreek, Ohio Walmart where a Black guy was killed by police for carrying a toy gun in the toy department? Now, a mass shooter thought that same Walmart would be the best place to shoot some Black people. You don't need to shoot masses of people to enrage the Irish, it turns out that they draw the line at just hurting children. Imagine a central income distribution institution...It's easy if you try, but also easy to imagine some pitfalls. The Pennsylvania school board ousted after it banned books, Pride flags and transgender athletes tried to slip a quick $700,000 into the pocket of a Superintendent friend of theirs. Local voters, however, are not his friends. If Marjorie Traitor Greene and Mike Lee keep up their stupid Jan 6 hooha, people might start to lose respect for them. Precedent is seen as only a temporary hurdle by the Trump Supreme Court. Reality is seen as only a temporary hurdle by Donald Trump. Ace KITM Correspondent Rosalyn MacGregor reveals another reason not to vote in MAGA candidates, as wingnuts do tend to appoint even wingnuttier functionaries.
In this podcast we cover: Why you should always get rid of knaves. Why you should reward your knights. And why you may need to think about divas. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
Dr. Chris Sullens, Kewanee School District Superintendent joined Wake Up Tri-Counties on Tuesday to discuss Tuesday's Kewanee School Board Meeting. Dr. Sullens discussed getting a new contract completed with the Kewanee Education Association and the beneficial elements of the new contract for both sides. We also discussed Dr. Sullens' replacement as Superintendent which was announced on Monday. After Dr. Sullens retires at the end of the current school year, current Kewanee High School Principal, Rebecca Baney will be the new Kewanee School District Superintendent. Dr. Sullens had nothing but exemplary things to say about Mrs. Baney as his replacement.
Ken shared information on the recent school board meeting, Support Staff Award winners, concert and sport updates. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wcmp-news/message
When I refer to my Tangazo guests as an “all star panel” it's not hyperbole, it's a fact. ---- It was never more true, as you will certainly understand from the 143rd episode, of the KDHX podcast Tangazo. ----- Dr Robert Lawrence Salter PhD aka Scotty Lawrence, joined me in the KDHX studio to talk about his newly released Christmas album titled, “ Scotty This Christmas.” ----- Robert shares his story of how a frightening experience with prostate cancer led him to becoming a music producer and singer of spiritual music, this is his second album. ----- Scotty is a devout 7 Day Adventist, a businessman with a Master's in Hospital Administration and a PhD, in Education Administration. ------ In 1984 Robert and I along with graphic designer Al Hillman, started a PR company called Gemini Productions,Bob owned a recording studio on Olive street. ----- We brokered time on radio station Wmry, a jazz station in Bellville Illinois and produced a 3 hour radio magazine called “Saturday Morning Live with Salter and Thompson.” ----- We produced radios spots for virtually every elected official running for city wide office, we also produced radio campaigns for StLouis Public Schools bond issues and numerous commercial entities such as Dave Harper's County Ford and Ken Sewell's, King Dodge , Joes Clothing and Lithos Art Gallery. ------ In 1987 Bob Salter and I organized a community effort to restore Montgomery Hyde Parks community radio station KBDY 89.9 to the airwaves, which we moved to the Olive Street location. ----- We were recognized by a Post Dispatch editorial, for bringing together a diverse group of talented people,to not only help restore the radio station to the airwaves but also to staff it with black leaders, such as the late iconic pediatrician Dr. Helen Nash. ------ Gregory Freeman and Harry Jackson of the Post Dispatch, Betty Kerr founder of Peoples Health Centers and Dr Ron Stodghill, Superintendent of the Wellston School District and the late Michelle Lowry, director of the StLouis public schools, Role Model initiative. ------ Attorney Elaine Harris Spearman, hosted law Talk, Dr. Malaika Horne, hosted a weekly program called, Just The Facts, a show focused on alcohol and substance abuse, that show was sponsored by Kmox. The bedrock of KBDY on air announcers, was the personable talented Sheila Reed, along with the incomparable, former KSD news anchor Diane White, who hosted a daily morning show. Better Family Life matriarch DeBorah Ahmed, did a show called Cultural Expressions.------ We were supported by Union Sarah CEO, Nesbie Moore, a great transformational visionary leader. ----- Also Robert Hyland, the iconic General Manager of Kmox provided funding and equipment, he sent his program director Bob Osborne,to assess our needs along with a kmox engineer. The VP Fair also sponsored KBDY programing at the direction of its Executive Director, Chuck Wallace. ----- We can't forget our Jazz announcers such as Archie Johnson, with his Jazz under the Arch, Melvin Bell and our station engineer Amos McClure, all had straight ahead Jazz shows on KBDY 89.9 on your fm dial! St.Louis native William Stanford Davis, is an American actor best known for his role as school custodian Mr Johnson, on the ABC hit sitcom,”Abbot Elementary” for which he won Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series at the 54th NAACP Image Awards. ----- Abbot Elementary has won Emmy and Golden Globe Awards, with Quinta Brunson, Sheryl Lee Ralph and Tyler James Williams, who starred in the long running hit sitcom, Everybody Hates Chris. ----- William Stanford Davis, a StLouis native, from the Ville neighborhood, who attended Northwest High School, landed his role on Abbot Elementary at 70 years of age. ------ He talks about his journey in Hollywood that began some 40 years ago with his determination to become an actor. Mr. Davis, speaks passionately about working a variety of low wage jobs, including doing stand up comedy, while pursuing his dream of an acting career and his determination to never give up. ----- He is close friends with Black Repertory actor Erik Kilpatrick, he also fondly remembered the late StLouis stand up comedians,Rodney Winfield and Rahn Ramey. ----- The theme of this show has to be, perseverance and having the determination to pursue and achieve your goals, no matter your age. ----- As I said in my intro, this is indeed an All Star panel of guest and your going to enjoy it. -----
The Richard L. Bean Juvenile Service Center has been punishing kids with seclusion more than any other facility in Tennessee. And as the laws and rules on how to treat kids changed, the facility failed to keep up.
In this podcast we cover: Why people may not be improving. A glimmer of hope. The rules of flow by Eli Goldratt. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
#LakeForestIllinois #Education #SchoolBoard #SuperintendentInterview #District115 #CommunityEngagement #PublicEducation #LakeForestHighSchool #SchoolFunding #LocalSchools #EducationPolicy #ReferendumDiscussion #SchoolAdministration #PublicSchools #IllinoisEducation #LakeForestCommunity #EducationalLeadership #SchoolBoardDecisions #LakeForestPodcast In this comprehensive episode of the Lake Forest Podcast, host Pete Jansons engages Superintendent Matt Montgomery and District 115 School Board President John Noble in a detailed conversation covering a range of pressing topics. From financial decision-making in the recent referendum to addressing mental health in schools, this discussion provides invaluable insights into the inner workings and challenges faced by the Lake Forest School District.
In this podcast we cover: Explaining 5S. Explaining the 8 Wastes. Explaining the 6 Tenents of Lean. Explaining a Gemba Walk. Explaining Last Planner®. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
Excited to talk with George Mendoza. George is the leader of the La Grande School District in Eastern Oregon since 2017. Love, Care, Serve and the awesome work he is doing for his district & the community. #SurviveThrive.
The fast-growing Southern Boone County School District in Ashland is considering placing a $12-million bond issue on the April 2024 ballot. Southern Boone Superintendent Dr. Tim Roth says as the community grows, so do schools. He says Southern Boone now has more than 2,000 students districtwide, including 525 at the high school. Dr. Roth joined us live on 939 the Eagle's "Wake Up Mid-Missouri" to discuss the potential bond issue, which would require a four-sevenths majority. He tells listeners that it would improve safety and efficiency for Southern Boone VoAg and Arts by connecting directly to the high school, and would also replace the 30-year-old roof on the original high school building. He emphasizes it would be a no tax-increase bond issue:
On today's show: 1. Hundreds of thousands spent on Charleston Co. superintendent search, contracts - https://www.live5news.com/2023/11/13/hundreds-thousands-spent-charleston-co-superintendent-search-contracts/ 2. Judge Newman requests removal from post-trial motions in Murdaugh murder case - https://abcnews4.com/news/local/judge-newman-steps-aside-from-post-trial-motions-in-murdaugh-murder-case-november-27-financial-crimes-still-preside-wciv-south-carolina-abc-news-4# 3. MONOPOLY: Charleston Edition Unveiled on Wednesday - https://holycitysinner.com/entertainment/monopoly-charleston-edition-unveiled/ 4. Former Candidate Mika Gadsden Endorses William Cogswell for Mayor of Charleston - https://holycitysinner.com/politics/former-candidate-mika-gadsden-endorses-william-cogswell-for-/ This episode's music is by Tyler Boone (tylerboonemusic.com). The episode was produced by LMC Soundsystem.
In this podcast we cover: Why Andrew Tate is a complete piece of @#$%. The effect this man could have on our world. Why we must steer clear of it. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
In part seven of our leadership series, we focus on communication with our guests: Dr. Jim Finch, Superintendent at Monroe County Schools (GA) and Dr. Curt Miller, Athletic Director at Oconee County High School (GA).
Today - we delve into a significant transition in the Bisbee Unified School District. The school board has officially accepted the resignation of Superintendent Tom Woody.Support the show: https://www.myheraldreview.com/site/forms/subscription_services/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode Notes Make sure you also listen to the companion episode to this one, For Navajo Teacher Bernita Bedah, Language is Foundational to Building Identity Check out Peter's podcast, 21st Century Native Leaders!
In this podcast we cover: Corporate communication. Department communication. Project communication. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
Be sure to follow and connect with Bobby on Twitter/X - @OttTempleISD Bobby was Superintendent of the Year for Texas in 2022, read a great article here about all the work he's done! Thanks for listening, and enjoy! Book Adam for your next event! mradamwelcome.com/speaking Adam's Books: Kids Deserve It - amzn.to/3JzaoZv Run Like a Pirate - amzn.to/3KH9fjT Teachers Deserve It - amzn.to/3jzATDg Empower Our Girls - amzn.to/3JyR4vm Social Media: @mradawelcome
From the Henssler Financial Studio this is your news minute on the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast presented by Engineered Solutions of Georgia. Today is Wednesday, November 15th and I'm Keith Ippolito. Marietta School Board to Consider Superintendent's Contract On November 14, 2023, the Marietta Board of Education is set to vote on extending Superintendent Grant Rivera's contract, which currently runs through 2025 with an annual extension review. Rivera, with a base salary of approximately $232,350 and a total pay package of $392,246 plus benefits, is eligible for a $10,000 performance bonus and payment for up to 10 unused vacation days. Georgia law permits a maximum three-year superintendent contract. Although the district hasn't released the extension details, the board has consistently extended Rivera's contract to the full three years based on performance metrics. The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the district's central office at 250 Howard St. For more news about our community, mdjonline.com. For the Marrietta Daily Journal Podcast I'm Keith Ippolito. https://www.esogrepair.com www.henssler.com #NewsPodcast #CurrentEvents #TopHeadlines #BreakingNews #PodcastDiscussion #PodcastNews #InDepthAnalysis #NewsAnalysis #PodcastTrending #WorldNews #LocalNews #GlobalNews #PodcastInsights #NewsBrief #PodcastUpdate #NewsRoundup #WeeklyNews #DailyNews #PodcastInterviews #HotTopics #PodcastOpinions #InvestigativeJournalism #BehindTheHeadlines #PodcastMedia #NewsStories #PodcastReports #JournalismMatters #PodcastPerspectives #NewsCommentary #PodcastListeners #NewsPodcastCommunity #NewsSource #PodcastCuration #WorldAffairs #PodcastUpdates #AudioNews #PodcastJournalism #EmergingStories #NewsFlash #PodcastConversationsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to another enlightening episode of the School Administrator Mastermind Recap! In this session, join hosts Joshua Stamper and Rae Hughart as they dive into the crucial topic of "Strategies for Inclusive and Authentic Staff Feedback." In this insightful recap, Joshua and Rae share expert insights, practical strategies, and real-world examples from administrators who have mastered the art of collecting feedback that is not only inclusive but also authentic. From creating safe spaces for open dialogue to leveraging diverse feedback methods, this discussion is a valuable resource for educational leaders seeking to build a culture of collaboration and continuous improvement. Key highlights include:
Teachers around Minnesota are negotiating their contracts and many are holding walkouts to raise awareness for issues like pay and class sizes.Educators with Anoka-Hennepin Public School District plan to walk out at the end of their scheduled day each Wednesday, until they reach an agreement. The district is the largest in the state. In Rochester, Minn., the Post Bulletin reported that more than 300 people marched before Tuesday night's school board meeting in support of limiting class sizes. Their contract negotiations could be tricky this year.Voters last week narrowly rejected a levy that would have provided $10 million in funding for technology and freed up money for other spending. During Tuesday night's school board meeting, Superintendent Kent Pekel read from a letter to parents and staff, “Unfortunately, given the defeat of the technology referendum last week, making the case to our community for increased investment in education is not our most immediate task. Instead, we must now focus on finding ways to cut and balance the district's budget for the 2024-2025 school year and the years that immediately follow.”He said the district will now have to cut at least $10 million from its budget for the next school year. In the last two years, the district has already cut more than $20 million. Superintendent Kent Pekel joined MPR News guest host Catharine Richert.Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation.Subscribe to the Minnesota Now podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
In this podcast we cover: Is Takt planning worth it? Why it is crucial. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
Iraq War POW Jessica Lynch shared with WMAL's Larry O'Connor her recovery story with the help of Fisher House. Loudoun mom Elicia Brand tore into the latest superintendent's handling of antisemitism and fentanyl overdoses at schools and Larry and Julie reacted to a climate protester snatching the mic from Greta Thunberg in a Kanye West-Taylor Swift -like moment. Where to find more about WMAL's morning show: Follow WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" on X: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock, @patricepinkfile and @heatherhunterdc. Facebook: WMALDC and Larry O'Connor Instagram: WMALDC Follow the Show on Apple podcasts, Omny, Spotify or Audible. Show Website: https://www.wmal.com/oconnor-company/ How to listen live weekdays from 5 to 9 AM: https://www.wmal.com/listenlive/ Episode: Monday, November 13, 2023, 6 AM Hour See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.