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By Marcus Jackson, Ed.D.Posted on June 27, 2020To be me is rough, robust, and plenty of other stuff. Even at the reveal party, everyone sighed at the color blue as they knew the hell I'll have to go through. You... Continue Reading →

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By: Dr. Marcus Jackson August 29, 2021 As a new principal, I would always take the staff to the gym to do an activity that involved shooting basketball and the importance of differentiated instructional strategies when planning to meet the... Continue Reading →

Today I sat in a professional development session on virtual learning to conduct a needs assessment and it turned into a "How" session. Let me explain. Within the first 10 minutes of the session, the participants asked the facilitator a... Continue Reading →

As we approach the month of July, school districts and principals are fine-tuning their District and School Improvement Plans. These plans consist of a plethora of quantitative data analyses from the school year. However, now more than ever, it's important... Continue Reading →

My grandmother is one of the most influential women in my life. She's played a significant role in me becoming the man that I am today. She's a child of God, a hard worker, and was loved by everyone. At... Continue Reading →

As we celebrate the second day of Teacher Appreciation I would like to take a minute to highlight the teachers in the twelve schools I support. We've been through so much here in Lake Charles, but our teacher's hard work,... Continue Reading →

This past year has thrown both educators and students for a loop. The COVID-19 pandemic shuttered schools all over the world. While some have slowly reopened, others have remained closed, choosing to prioritize online learning for the school year's duration.... Continue Reading →

Being an educator is one of the most noble occupations around. The job is not only an important one but a difficult one. Thus, in order to be successful at it, you have to dedicate your life to it.  Dr.... Continue Reading →

Read Across America Day was launched in 1998 by the National Education Association (NEA). It is a day to encourage children and teenagers to read and falls annually on March 2, which is also Dr. Seuss's birthday. Last week a principal asked me to come... Continue Reading →

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