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Nov 24, 2020

Dr. Cherie Bridges Patrick is back in this conversational episode in which we talk about how to lead schools committed to antiracism. We talk about a lot in this episode, including: shared leadership structures, student voice, shifting mindsets, accountability, and self-care. 

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Nov 17, 2020

The idea of "staying neutral" or "apolitical" as educators is common. In this episode, I push back against the notion of value neutrality in schools, explaining why I've come to this conclusion and how teachers and school leaders who are feeling the same way might move forward. 

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Nov 10, 2020

This week's guest, Kholood Qumei, is a full-time teacher by day and student by night. She is pursuing an EdM in International Education and Development with a concentration in languages, literacies, and cultures, and she speaks with us about shifting our thinking about multilingual students, embracing what her...

Nov 3, 2020

In this solo show, I summarize the 9 learning tasks for leaders from Preskill & Brookfield’s book, Learning as a way of Leading: Lessons From the Struggle for Social Justice and what this means for leaders in the field of education. 

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