Educational Leadership

Conduct a Communications Audit: An Excerpt from The Together Leader

Maia Heyck-Merlin, founder and CEO of The Together Group, is a consultant focused on training school, district, and nonprofit leaders on topics including time management and organization. Her previous book The Together Teacher was published by Jossey-Bass in 2012. This … Read more.

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How to Create a Culture Supportive of Teaching and Learning: An Excerpt from High-Payoff Strategies

JODY SPIRO, EdD, Director of Education Leadership at The Wallace Foundation, is the author of Leading Change Step-by-Step: Tactics, Tools, and Tales (Jossey-Bass, 2011). In this excerpt from High-Payoff Strategies: How Education Leaders Get Results, Jody Spiro suggests ways that … Read more.

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Guest Post: ‘Changing the Conversation’ by Teacher Ambassador Lisa Coates

This guest post from Jossey-Bass Teacher Ambassador Lisa Coates tells the story of Albert Hill Middle School, a Title I turnaround in Richmond City, Virginia. Currently in the midst of major transition, Albert Hill has implemented school-wide use of Doug … Read more.

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A lot happens in a year. In December, with 2015 coming to a close, Google Trends released their fifteenth annual “Year In Search,” a report that aggregates a year’s worth of information about what people around the globe have been … Read more.

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Congratulations to Our Jossey-Bass Teacher Ambassadors!

  We would like to issue a warm congratulations to all of our Jossey-Bass Teacher Ambassadors at the close of the ambassador program’s inaugural year! Our ambassadors come from all corners of the country and represent a wide range of … Read more.

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Don’t Miss Our Authors’ Keynotes at Learning Forward!

We’re setting off to Washington, DC to attend the Learning Forward conference. We will be selling books at our Wiley booth, and we’d love to see you! Stop by our booth to say hello, browse through our books, and take … Read more.

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Proverbs in Disguise: An Excerpt from The Reading Teacher’s Book of Lists, 6th Edition

EDWARD B. FRYE PH.D. (1925–2010), was Professor Emeritus of Education at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Internationally known for his Readability Graph, Fry was the author of more than 30 books. JACQUELINE E. KRESS is a tenured Professor … Read more.

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Say More, Talk Less: An Excerpt from Building School 2.0

CHRIS LEHMANN is the founding principal of the Science Leadership Academy, a progressive science and technology high school in Philadelphia, PA. ZAC CHASE is a former teacher, an instructional technology coordinator, a consultant, and a writer who blogs at www.autodizactic.com. This … Read more.

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Check out our new fall releases!

Fall has arrived–and so have several of our new books! As you settle into the rhythm of another new school year, take some time to enjoy a new book. We’ve got a little something for everyone. Tap, Click, Read shows … Read more.

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Announcing a New Book from Michael Fullan!

Available now! Michael Fullan’s new book Freedom to Change offers recommendations for both individuals and organizations seeking to enhance connectedness and independence. Click the links below to get an exclusive look at the infographics from each chapter: ‘Freedom From’ or ‘Freedom To’? A … Read more.

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