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Sometimes it’s just helpful to mull over topics that are popular areas for questions in interviews.  Before you get to thinking through sample questions, ponder areas of likely questions.  There are too many different variants of questions to ever be … Continue reading

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Creating The Narrative Creating the Personal Brand:  About 16 years ago, Tom Peters wrote piece for Fast Company, at the magazines heydey, titled, The Brand Called You.  There’s been a cottage industry that owes its being to this one article.   … Continue reading

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This week I changed my cable service and I know have the ability to watch HBO movies and series online.  As a news junkie, I quickly gravitated to the Aaron Sorkin show Newsroom.  Sorkin’s perspective often leads to characters being … Continue reading

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It is pretty natural that educators’ heads are swimming right now. With the federal and state governments, swayed by big dollar “reformers,” layer incoherent policy on top of incoherent policy while cutting budgets and raising the stakes, life has gotten … Continue reading

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How to Prepare for a Meeting with the Right Structure : Blog | Executive Coaching | CO2 Partners.

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One of the difficulties of leading teams through the process of alignment to ACT’s College Readiness Skills is in determining “text complexity” for the Reading skills.  We’ve seen teams working on Reading skill alignment become totally bogged down by the … Continue reading

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We would like to thank all of the Empowered High Schools Blog readers for following us over to our new website.  We are really excited about the new site.  It parallels our move into working with K-8 schools.  We now offer curriculum, assessment, and data … Continue reading

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The Wall Street Journal covered the growing movement against the Common Core State Standards. This is an important issue as a growing momentum against the Common Core begins to emerge.

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