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“The nation that has the schools has the future.” —Bismarck That’s a fine quote, and more relevant now that it was in Bismark’s day. I might add that the nation that has the teachers ha... Read More...

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The Next Big Threat to Education: Ransomware

Imagine you arrive at your school one day to find all of your computers padlocked, and a man in a mask is demanding $5,000 per computer to unlock them. If you don’t pay up, you’ll lose access to all ... Read More...

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“Every particular in nature, a leaf, a drop, a crystal, a moment of time is related to the whole, and partakes of the perfection of the whole.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson In this issue of SEEN Magazi... Read More...

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How to make your school a great place to work and learn

Do your students want to come to school every day? Are your staff members counting the days to Friday? What is the sense that people feel when they walk into your building? It i... Read More...

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Letter to Leaders

As a leader you may be asking yourself - “I signed up for this?”  The answer is yes and many are glad you did.  As a superintendent or building principal you have the talent, desire and disposition t... Read More...

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The Form of a Liberal Education

What does it mean to be engaged in a liberal arts education? I’ve been pondering this question much lately, primarily driven to ask by the sound bites that invade my daily life. On the one hand I hea... Read More...

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Coding the Curriculum

Like millions of other Americans, in January I tuned in to President Barack Obama’s 2016 State of the Union Address. Here’s what struck me: the President said that he didn’t simply want to talk abo... Read More...

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School Safety Matters

4th Down and a Few Months to Go In the first in a series of articles in collaboration with SEEN Magazine, we want to welcome readers to the online column, School Safety Matters.  We believe ... Read More...

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From the Publisher
The Next Big Threat to Education: Ransomware
From the Editor
How to make your school a great place to work and learn
Letter to Leaders
The Form of a Liberal Education
Coding the Curriculum
School Safety Matters
The Perfect Family
K-12 Schools Need a Makeover
Designing the Perfect School
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