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Imposter Syndrome – What to Do When it Strikes
Imposter Syndrome – What to Do When it Strikes

Have you ever felt like you don’t belong in a room full of successful people, despite your qualifications? You think to yourself, “it’s just a matter of time before they find out I’m a fraud!” Believe it or not, there’s a name for this. It’s called,... Continue Reading

Date posted02/21/2024


Prioritizing Educator Wellbeing: FASA Introduces ESNTL Wellness
Prioritizing Educator Wellbeing: FASA Introduces ESNTL Wellness

In the ever-evolving landscape of education, the welfare of educators stands as a cornerstone for sustainable growth and student success. However, recent research has shed light on a concerning reality: educators are grappling with alarming levels of burnout, stress, and exhaustion. This... Continue Reading

Date posted02/14/2024


2024 NAESP Outstanding Assistant Principal of the Year
2024 NAESP Outstanding Assistant Principal of the Year

Hannah Gomillion Named Florida NAESP Outstanding Assistant Principal of the Year Representing the state of Florida, the Walton County Public Schools Assistant Principal will be honored during Assistant Principal's Week [Santa Rosa Beach, FL—February 1, 2024] The Florida... Continue Reading

Date posted02/2/2024


2024 NASSP Assistant Principal of the Year
2024 NASSP Assistant Principal of the Year

Lucretia Waskow Named Florida NASSP Assistant Principal of the Year Representing the state of Florida, the Okaloosa County Public Schools Assistant Principal will be honored at the National Principals Conference [Niceville, FL—February 1, 2024] The Florida Association of School... Continue Reading

Date posted02/2/2024


Leading Change During Challenging Times
Leading Change During Challenging Times

By: Carla L. Sparks, Ed.D., Faculty Lead and Program Director of Educational Leadership Programs at National Louis University’s Florida Regional Center In my current leadership role, I have spent countless hours during the last two years on the phone and on zoom talking with teacher... Continue Reading

Date posted02/1/2024


Teacher Recruitment & Retention: From Principal Practice to Teacher Perceptions
Teacher Recruitment & Retention: From Principal Practice to Teacher Perceptions

Teacher Recruitment and Retention: From Principal Practice to Teacher Perceptions By: Cynthia L. Johnson As the number of teachers that leave a school increases, the struggle to recruit highly-qualified teachers also increases. At the same time, the quality of the teacher workforce... Continue Reading

Postedby Cynthia Johnson
Date posted01/25/2024


Be Visible
Be Visible

By: Star Swain, Elementary School Principal, FAMU Developmental Research School As a leader, visibility to those that you lead is one key ingredient to culture building and organizational morale. There is a sense of trust and accountability that is built when employees, colleagues, or team... Continue Reading

Date posted01/17/2024


We Got This
We Got This

By: Ashlynn Ramirez A Letter to Those Considering Becoming an Administrator Dear future administrator, current instructional coach or teacher that is looking to expand your experiences and potentially make a bigger impact, Being an administrator can be summed up as a constant bounce back from... Continue Reading

Postedby Ashlynn Ramirez
Date posted01/11/2024


A Novel STEM Program Bonds a Middle School
A Novel STEM Program Bonds a Middle School

Have you ever wanted to improve yourself but were limited to what your body could handle on its own? Biomechatronics combines biology, mechanical engineering, and electronics to research and design therapeutic, assistive, and diagnostic devices that can potentially be used to compensate and... Continue Reading

Postedby Eric Basilo
Date posted01/3/2024


He Believed In Me
He Believed In Me

I had a medical procedure recently and was told I had to stay home, rest, and not do anything. It is rare for me to be in that state since I'm always on the go, but I tried to embrace it. While on the couch, I thought I would watch one or two of the Shaquille O’Neal documentaries on HBO.... Continue Reading

Postedby Andrew Marotta
Date posted12/12/2023


Leading Up While Managing the Unexpected?
Leading Up While Managing the Unexpected?

By: Elvis Epps, Principal, Lake Worth Community High School One of my favorite television shows was Star Trek as a child. No one on television was as cool and calm as Captain James T. Kirk. In every show, Captain Kirk would end up fighting an alien force. His primary duties as the captain of... Continue Reading

Date posted12/6/2023


Treasure Hunting
Treasure Hunting

I love doing my podcast Educational Leadership and Beyond. It airs weekly on Facebook as well as on iTunes. I get to meet a ton of great people and I’m always learning something new. Recently I had the opportunity to interview Trisha Elliott from Martin County, Florida. During our... Continue Reading

Postedby Andrew Marotta
Date posted11/29/2023