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Blog Post [ELM#908] Parents and Guardians are Partners in Education

Throughout my career, I have been blessed to partner with great parents. One group that comes to mind is the parents who started the Parent Teacher Organizations (PTO) at my school when I assumed leadership of our magnet program as the Assistant Principal for the Magnet Curriculum.

Blog Post [ELM#907] Students are the Heart of Our Education System

I love being an educational leader. The best part of my day is when I spend time with students. During one of our vacations, I had the opportunity to reconnect with two former students. We had just checked in when a young lady approached me and said, “Hi, Dr. Moore, you were my Principal.”

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Blog Post [ELM#907] Students are the Heart of Our Education System

Blog Post [ELM#906] Key Stakeholders of Public School Districts

Being a High School Principal was one of my most enjoyable educational leadership experiences. I loved watching our students grow into young adults ready to change the world. Educating students is our core business; however, there are a multitude of additional responsibilities on the Principal’s plate.

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Blog Post [ELM#906] Key Stakeholders of Public School Districts

Blog Post [ELM#905] The Role of Educational Leadership

When I became an educator, I had no desire to become an administrator. After 20 years of serving as a leader in the military, my focus was on teaching my students science. I loved spending time in my classroom and science lab. However, my Principal had other ideas.

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Blog Post [ELM#905] The Role of Educational Leadership

Striving for Quality Education in Public Schools

Resource allocation, including budget, staff, and technology, is a crucial responsibility for administrators, as they aim to optimize the learning environment and meet the diverse needs of students.

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Striving for Quality Education in Public Schools

Enhancing Education through Partnerships and Grants

Early in my educational career, I supervised an after-school grant for several elementary schools. The grant provided funding for the schools to offer tutoring and academic-based student activities. It was an excellent opportunity for our students to be exposed to various activities, including art, chess, music, and STEM.

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Enhancing Education through Partnerships and Grants

Maximizing Limited Resources for a Comprehensive Learning Experience

Managing limited resources is a pressing challenge for public school administrators who strive to provide the best education possible to students. Schools can create a more comprehensive educational experience for their students by implementing collaborative planning and resource-sharing initiatives.

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Maximizing Limited Resources for a Comprehensive Learning Experience

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