(This is a guest post by Joseph S. Lento, a licensed Teacher of Orchestral Music and School District Administration. In 2014, President Obama named him a National Teacher of Arts and Humanities. Joseph also has commendations from Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush. In 1999, he was named NYC Public Schools Bronx County… Continue reading Ending the School to Prison Pipeline…With a Trumpet!!
This is a guest post by Peter Cunningham, the executive director of Education Post. He served as assistant secretary for communications and outreach in the U.S. Department of Education during the Obama Administration. Prior to that he led communications for Chicago Public Schools. Surveys suggest teachers are the most trusted voices in public education and… Continue reading A New Survey from Educators For Excellence Suggests How Teachers Would Run Our Schools
Whenever I mention how long I’ve been teaching or the ways in which I’ve observed how we can improve the teaching profession and education overall, I’m almost always, like clockwork, met with the suggestion that I become an assistant principal or principal. Is moving to administration the only logical next step in a teacher’s career?… Continue reading From Teacher to Administrator: The Only Logical Next Step?