According to "Education Next," a number of industrialized nations are laser-focused on the effectiveness of their high schools.
Effort was the single factor found to be commonly associated with expected success.
The principal must receive specialized, expert-level training before assuming this magnificent leadership task.
Our schools, pre-kindergarten through college, must be in lockstep and must not skip a beat in preparing our students for world-class job opportunities.
To have the schools we all desire in our various communities requires a collective effort.
The return on that investment should have an immediate impact on the community
...among the educators in Atlanta Public Schools to adversely affect the relationship with your children's teachers.Frank G. Roberson, Ph.D.Beech Island, S.C. (The writer is a former superintendent of schools for the Richmond County Board...
Frank G. Roberson was the right man for the job when he was hired to oversee the Richmond County School System in 2010.At the end of this school...
...them for their daily inspired sacrifices on behalf of the students of the CSRA.Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!Frank G. Roberson, Ph.D.Augusta (The writer is Richmond County's superintendent of schools.)
Too much blame is placed on the teacher for the poor ratings in educational advancement, as compared to other industrialized nations.