Results for: Debra Friday Email
Skimmers: student loan forgiveness exceptions, federal vaccine and testing mandates in the hands of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, UNESCO’s Reimagining Our Futures: A New Social Contract for Education, overview on grades v. gradeless, the toxic effects behind calling your school a “family” and more.
Read more about Debra’s Friday Email – December 3, 2021
Skimmers: An article from Emily Oster about school quarantines and ending them for other models; Colin Powell’s 13 rules of effective leadership; reports from the National Association of Elementary School Principals on the leaders we need now; great overview on how politics and the pandemic are taking their toll on leadership within higher ed; trends in women in the workplace right now; and more.
Read more about Debra’s Friday Email – November 12, 2021
Read more about Debra’s Friday Email – October 29, 2021
Skimmers: a great free kit on thinking through mandating vaccines; guidance on how HIPAA works; healthy focus on social media and teens and tweens; a piece by a recent Minerva graduate, who went to high school in India on how high schools should change; and more.
Read more about Debra’s Friday Email – October 15, 2021
Skimmers: YikYak is back, the virus numbers are definitely falling off, EUA could come before the end of this month, Covid vaccines for kids, fascinating conversation with Ian Symmonds at the heads’ roundtable, and more.
Read more about Debra’s Friday Email – October 1, 2021
Skimmers: A step by step piece for to map out a plan to comply with the vaccination mandates, Bloomberg on the pandemic road ahead, a piece on the Great Resignation, what instructional coaches do, how instructional coaching helps reduce stress and build trust, and more.
Read more about Debra’s Friday Email – September 17, 2021
Topics include: Covid cases, leadership articles of note, how students respond to teaching, the interdependence of student and faculty wellness, and more.
Read more about Debra’s Friday Email – September 3, 2021
Skimmers: Covid tracking page, uptick in pediatric cases, effectiveness of masks and the need for fewer other mitigation strategies when they are used, parent insights and related data from McKinsey, Census charts, a less existential read on the Great Resignation (it might be hitting our industry), a piece from the NYT that highlights changes coming in high school athletes as they can cash in on their names, and more.
Read more about Debra’s Friday Email – August 21, 2021
Skimmers: Catch up on some virus stats, studies show that long-term COVID still seems to be rare in children, if the decisions behind returning to campus feel like chaos you are not alone, this Swiss Cheese model reminder might help, Challenge networks can help you get your thinking straight, Thinker Analytix can help get a better hand on tough arguments, Ian Symmonds and six areas of education disruption, and more.
Read more about Debra’s Friday Email – August 6, 2021
Skimmers: Atlanta area public schools have announced that masks will be required, American Academy of Pediatrics guidance, new guidance on school re-openings from CHOP, data gurus are projecting a peak some time in mid-October, the results of our survey on masks and vaccines, a federal judge recently upheld Indiana University’s vaccine requirement, Venable on exemptions for higher ed, medical and religious exemptions forms from Fisher Phillips, and more.
Read more about Debra’s Friday Email – July 23, 2021