In this episode, Carole speaks with Alicia Mowry from the Delaware Area Career Center in Ohio about the state of career centers. They discuss the best time to start visiting career centers, how to use career centers to get ahead and what’s changed in the past 40 years.
“We talk to a lot of parents and they want to know how to stand out on a college application,” Alicia explains.
Diane founded the company 21 years ago with a passion for developing leaders, including administrative teams and boards of education.
We Love Schools host Joel Gagne speaks with Dan Parent, superintendent of Danbury Local Schools, about how to market a school in a small district. Danbury Local Schools is in northwest Ohio with roughly 500 students, and the two discuss the district’s rebranding efforts to share the message that Danbury Local Schools is the “best kept secret in northwest Ohio.”
Joel also chats with Amanda Morris about the Allerton Hill strategy that went into the Danbury Local Schools rebranding efforts.
In the latest episode of We Love Schools, host Joel Gagne speaks with Eric Waldo, who was the Chief of Staff for President Obama’s Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, about the intersection of public schools and politics. Waldo was the Executive Director for Reach Higher, which was an initiative started by Michelle Obama, and he is currently the Executive Vice President for Education at Civic Nation.
Waldo has worked in education throughout his entire career, and the two discuss the intersection of public schools and politics in this episode of the podcast.
In this episode of We Love Schools, host Carole Dorn-Bell speaks with Bob Timmons, Superintendent of Polaris Career Center, about the role of career centers in public education.
Timmons discusses how career centers interact with K-12 districts and the future of career centers in public education.
In this week’s podcast episode of We Love Schools, Carole Dorn-Bell speaks with Bill Wade, Superintendent of Kirtland Local Schools. The two discuss professional development in small and rural schools and the challenges that small school systems face when it comes to professional development.
Wade has come up with unique ways to lead professional development in small and rural schools by narrowing the focus on their professional development programs.
In this episode, Carole Dorn-Bell and Joel Gagne talk about how to use the summer to prepare for the upcoming school year.
The bottom line: It’s not wise to just turn off the lights or go on cruise control.
The less chaotic summertime can be a great chance to learn new forms of social media, prepare newsletters, conduct polling or manage outreach for an upcoming fall ballot.
“Summer goes away quickly, and so before you know it you are right on top of some of those publications and the need to get those out,” Dorn-Bell says. “So take advantage of the bit of luxury of time that you have with those and get those done.”