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Every Monday, Pat Bhava brings you interviews with everyone from Superintendents to Safety Officers to well-regarded thought leaders who share actionable advice to help your district thrive. We cover the latest trends in education to make sure you and your district stay ahead of the curve and also share battle-tested strategies from superintendents who have been through it all. If you’re tired of hearing advice that is long on theory and short on practical, hands-on tips, then you’re in the right place.

Latest Episodes

16: Dr. Mark Tavernier on Practical Advice for Curriculum Development

Dr. Tavernier shares how you can change curriculum in your district and the importance of emphasizing critical thinking and problem-solving skills. If you're looking for practical advice on curriculum development, then you're in the right place.

24 MIN2017 NOV 14
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16: Dr. Mark Tavernier on Practical Advice for Curriculum Development

15: Danny Bauer on The Fundamentals of a Winning School Culture

Danny Bauer, host of the Better Leaders, Better School Podcast, covers what a winning school culture looks like, how superintendents can best support them, and what leadership skills will help improve the district.

40 MIN2017 NOV 6
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15: Danny Bauer on The Fundamentals of a Winning School Culture

14: Dr. Morcease Beasley on Lessons in Community Engagement from Clayton County

Since becoming Clayton County’s Superintendent in May 2017, Dr. Beasley has worked hard to reorganize the district administration and is focused on improving student achievement going forward. In this chat, you'll learn exactly how he’s done it.

32 MIN2017 OCT 31
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14: Dr. Morcease Beasley on Lessons in Community Engagement from Clayton County

13: Dr. Philip Lanoue on Rethinking School Culture and Accountability

Dr. Lanoue, former National Superintendent of the Year and one of the country’s top educational innovators, shares why learning centered cultures are so important and the exact steps you can follow to foster one in your district.

36 MIN2017 OCT 24
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13: Dr. Philip Lanoue on Rethinking School Culture and Accountability

12: Lily Sanabria-Hernandez on How to Master Leadership

Lily shares the qualities a superintendent needs to lead effectively, how to develop those qualities, and how to overcome obstacles along the way. This is practical advice on how to be a better leader in your district that you won’t want to miss.

24 MIN2017 OCT 17
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12: Lily Sanabria-Hernandez on How to Master Leadership

11: Randy Harris on Training Exceptional Leaders in Your Schools

Randy Harris, Huntington County Superintendent, shares how he maintains a high level teacher-training program, how community considerations play into his redistricting plan, and how he prioritizes all of the decisions that shape his district’s plans.

37 MIN2017 OCT 10
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11: Randy Harris on Training Exceptional Leaders in Your Schools

10: Jethro Jones on Driving Digital Innovation in the Classroom

Jethro Jones, podcast host and digital principal of the year, shares how schools can drive digital innovation in their classrooms and how superintendents can empower their principals to innovate.

31 MIN2017 OCT 3
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10: Jethro Jones on Driving Digital Innovation in the Classroom

9: Dr. Ryan Donlan on How to Get School Boards to Do the Right Thing

Today, I'm talking with Dr. Ryan Donlan, an associate professor at Indiana State University, where he is an authority and trainer in promoting positive human relations, leadership development, and school improvement. Dr. Donlan is also the co-author of the book, The Hero Maker: How Superintendents Can Get their School Boards to Do the Right Thing. In this interview, Dr. Donlan shares the practical strategies superintendents can use to develop better working relationships with their boards.

34 MIN2017 SEP 26
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9: Dr. Ryan Donlan on How to Get School Boards to Do the Right Thing

8: Dr. Judy Alston's Lessons on Diversity

Today I'm talking with Dr. Judy Alston whose research includes black female superintendents, and the exploration of how the intersections of race, class, ethnicity, gender, sexual diversity, and ability affect leaders. She is also the author of "School Leadership and Administration", a book that provides better training for education leaders by balancing theory and practice. In this chat, we cover the ever important role of diversity in education, as well as how training can bring it all together.

39 MIN2017 SEP 19
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8: Dr. Judy Alston's Lessons on Diversity

7: Dr. Debra Pace on How to Serve Your Students

Today, I'm talking with Dr. Debra Pace, who has been Osceola School District's Superintendent since 2016. Osceola School District is the 14th largest district in Florida with 52 schools and over 61,000 students. Since taking office, Dr. Pace has worked hard to implement a 'Good to Great' campaign and is focusing on sustaining and promoting academic achievement going forward to better serve her students. In this chat, you’ll learn how she did it.

24 MIN2017 SEP 12
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7: Dr. Debra Pace on How to Serve Your Students

Latest Episodes

16: Dr. Mark Tavernier on Practical Advice for Curriculum Development

Dr. Tavernier shares how you can change curriculum in your district and the importance of emphasizing critical thinking and problem-solving skills. If you're looking for practical advice on curriculum development, then you're in the right place.

24 MIN2017 NOV 14
Comments
16: Dr. Mark Tavernier on Practical Advice for Curriculum Development

15: Danny Bauer on The Fundamentals of a Winning School Culture

Danny Bauer, host of the Better Leaders, Better School Podcast, covers what a winning school culture looks like, how superintendents can best support them, and what leadership skills will help improve the district.

40 MIN2017 NOV 6
Comments
15: Danny Bauer on The Fundamentals of a Winning School Culture

14: Dr. Morcease Beasley on Lessons in Community Engagement from Clayton County

Since becoming Clayton County’s Superintendent in May 2017, Dr. Beasley has worked hard to reorganize the district administration and is focused on improving student achievement going forward. In this chat, you'll learn exactly how he’s done it.

32 MIN2017 OCT 31
Comments
14: Dr. Morcease Beasley on Lessons in Community Engagement from Clayton County

13: Dr. Philip Lanoue on Rethinking School Culture and Accountability

Dr. Lanoue, former National Superintendent of the Year and one of the country’s top educational innovators, shares why learning centered cultures are so important and the exact steps you can follow to foster one in your district.

36 MIN2017 OCT 24
Comments
13: Dr. Philip Lanoue on Rethinking School Culture and Accountability

12: Lily Sanabria-Hernandez on How to Master Leadership

Lily shares the qualities a superintendent needs to lead effectively, how to develop those qualities, and how to overcome obstacles along the way. This is practical advice on how to be a better leader in your district that you won’t want to miss.

24 MIN2017 OCT 17
Comments
12: Lily Sanabria-Hernandez on How to Master Leadership

11: Randy Harris on Training Exceptional Leaders in Your Schools

Randy Harris, Huntington County Superintendent, shares how he maintains a high level teacher-training program, how community considerations play into his redistricting plan, and how he prioritizes all of the decisions that shape his district’s plans.

37 MIN2017 OCT 10
Comments
11: Randy Harris on Training Exceptional Leaders in Your Schools

10: Jethro Jones on Driving Digital Innovation in the Classroom

Jethro Jones, podcast host and digital principal of the year, shares how schools can drive digital innovation in their classrooms and how superintendents can empower their principals to innovate.

31 MIN2017 OCT 3
Comments
10: Jethro Jones on Driving Digital Innovation in the Classroom

9: Dr. Ryan Donlan on How to Get School Boards to Do the Right Thing

Today, I'm talking with Dr. Ryan Donlan, an associate professor at Indiana State University, where he is an authority and trainer in promoting positive human relations, leadership development, and school improvement. Dr. Donlan is also the co-author of the book, The Hero Maker: How Superintendents Can Get their School Boards to Do the Right Thing. In this interview, Dr. Donlan shares the practical strategies superintendents can use to develop better working relationships with their boards.

34 MIN2017 SEP 26
Comments
9: Dr. Ryan Donlan on How to Get School Boards to Do the Right Thing

8: Dr. Judy Alston's Lessons on Diversity

Today I'm talking with Dr. Judy Alston whose research includes black female superintendents, and the exploration of how the intersections of race, class, ethnicity, gender, sexual diversity, and ability affect leaders. She is also the author of "School Leadership and Administration", a book that provides better training for education leaders by balancing theory and practice. In this chat, we cover the ever important role of diversity in education, as well as how training can bring it all together.

39 MIN2017 SEP 19
Comments
8: Dr. Judy Alston's Lessons on Diversity

7: Dr. Debra Pace on How to Serve Your Students

Today, I'm talking with Dr. Debra Pace, who has been Osceola School District's Superintendent since 2016. Osceola School District is the 14th largest district in Florida with 52 schools and over 61,000 students. Since taking office, Dr. Pace has worked hard to implement a 'Good to Great' campaign and is focusing on sustaining and promoting academic achievement going forward to better serve her students. In this chat, you’ll learn how she did it.

24 MIN2017 SEP 12
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7: Dr. Debra Pace on How to Serve Your Students
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