To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. - Winston Churchill
Spring is back: the new blooms are coming out, the weather is changing, and I can’t help but think of this quote. On that note, the Teaching and Learning team is taking advantage of this transition period to develop a plan where our partnerships will be solidified, our PD will be revamped and our members will be able to offer and receive immediate feedback to better support you.
We are very excited about the possibilities of collectively developing and planning new professional development sessions with our members' suggestions in mind!
We have all had those students who ranked somewhere on the autism spectrum, but did we do all we could to help them reach their potential? I have to admit I was ill-equipped and probably still am, but after reading an article in this week’s Parade magazine, Movie Magic by Nicola Bridges, my heart was warmed with promise.
Never has it been more important for you as school leaders to be in charge of telling your stories and sharing with the public all the good that comes out of your buildings.
Recently at a school lawyers’ conference, the topic of school website accessibility compliance was discussed. To be honest, I hadn’t had previous occasion to think about this. In case you haven’t either, you should be aware that the protections afforded by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) extend to websites.
A run-through of all the opportunies available to our members!