At IEE, we are focused on empowering teachers and school leaders to continue doing the great work you do for kids, day in and day out, even when times get tough. Especially when times are tough. With that in mind, we are proud to introduce you to a new weekly installment on the IEE Blog: […]
Sustainable, deep school improvement and change must take place from the inside out. The topics of conversations teachers and school leaders have and the way in which they converse in school deeply impacts student success. Adults, in every school, control all the variables necessary to ensure success for all students.
All decisions, big or small, must be made placing the needs of students first. There is not a curriculum, a program, or a strategy that can substitute for effective teaching.
“When they start by listening, it literally opens the door and you want to share.” — Emilio Rodriquez, English teacher Transforming education cannot be achieved with a one-size-fits-all approach. We work with schools and teachers to create a customized program that fits their unique challenges and opportunities and goals — instead of entering the school […]
The Institute for Excellence in Education is excited to announce a special partnership with Michigan Schools To Watch — the Michigan affiliate of a nationwide network working to identify and recognize excellence in middle-grades schools. Below is a letter we sent to Michigan’s middle-school principals in September. ——— Would you like to be recognized for all the great […]
“According to Gallup, the factors of engagement, relationships, collaboration, hope, and trust are essential for learning and high performance. This is true not only for students, but also for teachers,” writes Hayes Mizell, Distinguished Senior Fellow at Learning Forward, in a short blogpost. Mr. Mizell continues by identifying three ways to build trust for professional […]