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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 →

by Marcus Jackson, Ed.D. I did some reflecting this weekend and asked my daughter this question as it relates to various topics. Before I allowed her to answer, I shared a story with her. The summer heading into my junior... Continue Reading →

In my school district, engagement with boys is at an all-time high. In my position, I support 12 schools. Ten elementary schools and two middle. I have the opportunity to visit each school and observe at least four classes a... Continue Reading →

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