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‘You want to see privilege?  Go to the water fountain,’ declared a 7th grader. ‘Think about it, the biggest, fastest kids get water first’ added another student ‘AND the most popular kids get to cut in line.’ I have always believed all employees of the school are part...

As a long-time Middle School educator, I have always admired the Association of Middle-Level Educators.  Last year I had the honor of presenting a session at the conference, this year I will present two sessions, and had this piece featured in the October, 2019 issue o...

Connecting school trustees to diversity work.  I was honored to co-present with the incomparable, Lauren Brownlee at the People of Color Conference (National Association of Independent Schools) on engaging trustees in diversity work and to sit for an interview together...

THIRD SPACES

Are the spaces outside of home and work where we go to gather ideas and share thoughts.  Listen to thought-provoking topics and deepen your understanding at your own pace.  Third Space, hosted by VoicEd.ca,  invites you into conversation...

Brooke Carroll, Ph.D and Jen Cort, LCSW-C

Have you ever known an excellent teacher, one whom everyone loved (students, parents, faculty), who communicated well, facilitated a well-managed classroom, and inspired students? Did that teacher get promoted to a managerial po...

May 15, 2018

Many schools want to activate summer relaxation to reinforce ideas, prepare for initiatives, or deepen work begun and may feel that the "summer reading" is falling short of fulfilling these goals.   

What if we thought about our 'summer reading' different...

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