Time in role – a key to principal success

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To see improvement and success for teachers, students, parents and the community, principals must spend years in their role.
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Principals – a key to student success

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Principals are the key leverage point in a school community to deliver on the vision of success for all students.
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Parental engagement – a key to student success

Parental engagement – a key to student success by Nancy Knowlton
Solutions are available today to help with student achievement and parental involvement that benefit everyone involved in education.
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Learning to teach at the postsecondary level

Learning to teach at the postsecondary level by Nancy Knowlton
Teaching a class requires skill and knowledge of the subject and of how adults learn and develop. Postsecondary instructors must care about and develop their ability to teach.
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Best to be a big fish in a small pond

Best to be a big fish in a small pond by Nancy Knowlton
Attending a small university for graduate school gave me the confidence and opportunities I needed to excel in life, compared to what might have been at a more prestigious university.
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The crippling effect of student debt

The crippling effect of student debt by Nancy Knowlton
We need to take a hard look at the debt load students are incurring to get a postsecondary education. It ends up being a negative to everyone in society, not just to the students.
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Gym class for a lifetime

Gym Class for a lifetime by Nancy Knowlton
It is accepted that regular physical activity is necessary for good mental and physical health, so I think phys ed should be a core school subject.
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Cultivating curiosity

Cultivating curiosity by Nancy Knowlton
Our experience with our very curious and bright goddaughter demonstrated that encouraging questions and creativity has countless rewards.
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A Child’s First Teacher

A Child's First Teacher by Tony Mullen
My mother died and then she disappeared. The last time I saw her was when she was lying on the kitchen floor. I thought she fainted because the oven door was open and the room was very hot.
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National treasures

National treasures by Nancy Knowlton
National treasures shouldn’t be thought of as just buildings and natural wonders, but should also include people, in particular, children.
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