What The Elementary Students Said About Art

Our school celebrated the opening of the Elementary Art Show for grades 1 – 5 on Friday. Positioned along a main corridor of the school, students and their families were able to feast their eyes on over 300 distinct pieces of artwork, selected by each student to be included in the display. Because I travel… Continue reading What The Elementary Students Said About Art

Post-Conference Reflection: Wishes and Realities

What I would love to have happen: I write a succinct and witty recap of the leadership conference I just attended in which I describe the excellent session my Director, Steve Razidlo and I delivered on the second day. I tell you in short form about the positive feedback we received both on the process… Continue reading Post-Conference Reflection: Wishes and Realities

Reading “Inequality In The Promised Land”

R. L’Heureux Lewis-McCoy writes about how Black and White children and families experience school and the attendant opportunities in a Midwest suburban district. The title of his book, Inequality In The Promised Land (2014), describes the unfulfilled dreams of Black families who sought better education outcomes for their children enrolled in a suburban school district… Continue reading Reading “Inequality In The Promised Land”