Tag: leadership

Educational Stages, News, Secondary Education

Atlanta school board to search for new leadership

September 10, 2019

Via: Education Dive

Increases in state test scores and in the district’s graduation rate are among positive developments that have been part of Carstarphen’s tenure over the past five years. Another key contribution is that she helped Atlanta Public Schools move beyond a […]

Educational Stages, Higher Education

Pushing for gender equality in higher ed leadership

May 9, 2018

Via: Education Dive

In 2018, women have galvanized en masse demanding gender equality in the workplace, which has sparked discussions in every industry. While the topic has been the focus of discussion in the academic community for quite some time, there is a […]

Economics&Strategies, Education Economics

160 Private Colleges Fail Education Dept.’s Financial-Responsibility Test

March 14, 2016

Via: The Chronicle of Higher Education

According to a Chronicle analysis of data released on Friday, 160 degree-granting private colleges failed the U.S. Education Department’s financial-responsibility test, which seeks to quantify the financial health of proprietary and nonprofit institutions, for the 2013-14 academic year. That’s two […]

Economics&Strategies, Education Economics

Budget Deficit Leads to 55 Layoffs at Illinois’s John A. Logan College

March 4, 2016

Via: The Chronicle of Higher Education

Facing a $7-million budget deficit, John A. Logan College’s Board of Trustees approved 55 faculty and staff layoffs on Wednesday. The decision, passed 7 to 1, followed four hours of deliberation and more than 30 testimonials from the hundreds of […]

Education Tech

School leadership toolkit targets digital equity

February 24, 2016

Via: eSchool News

A new toolkit aims to improve digital equity in school systems across the nation by helping district leaders develop thoughtful and measured strategies to narrow the homework gap in their communities. Launched by CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking), the […]

News, Uncategorized

Missouri Lawmaker Takes Aim at Salaries of Melissa Click and 2 Others in Budget Plan

February 24, 2016

Via: The Chronicle of Higher Education

A budget proposal unveiled by a senior Missouri legislator on Tuesday would strip the salaries of Melissa A. Click, the communication professor suspendedafter she was charged with assault for her role in an altercation at a campus protest, and two […]