A group of Ed Directions coaches were speculating as to the strategies schools were going to use to start school in August 2020. They were… Read More »Starting an Uncertain 2020 – 21 School Year After a Semester of Virtual School
The coronavirus put schools and teachers into an untenable position because they were forced to shut down classrooms and offer nearly a full semester of… Read More »Strategies for Meaningful Work in a Virtual School Setting
Three key ways that your school district can respond to and improve summer learning in low performing students.
When the Ed Directions coaches started discussing the impact of the coronavirus on schools, one of our first concerns was how moving to virtual learning… Read More »Three key ways that your school district can respond to and improve summer learning in low performing students.
We Read the NASSP Report: Supporting A Strong, Stable Principal Workforce, and Here’s What We Have to Add
The NASSP report on principal retention addressed one of the major barriers to ongoing school improvement – the problem of retaining effective principals in place.… Read More »We Read the NASSP Report: Supporting A Strong, Stable Principal Workforce, and Here’s What We Have to Add
For the past 20 years, the coaches and leaders at Ed Directions have had the opportunity to review school testing plans and have found that most schools… Read More »Testing Period Success – Part 1 – School Achievement Through the Rhythm of the Learner Year
Frank DeSensi | Founder/CIOEducational Directions I will admit that as an assistant principal, I did not consider the academic potential for learners when I planned… Read More »After the Test – What Do We Do With the Rest of The Year?