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Are We Listening?

Are We Listening?

Are We Listening? Understanding and Supporting Children’s Complex Thinking Skills Written By: Adrianne Blackwelder What she said was..“I can’t do it”..”I don’t know how”..”This is too hard”.. She lacked the ability to explain her frustration, and I wasn’t really...

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If My Dad Had Known

If My Dad Had Known

By: TJ Pass - EB Intervention Team Simple Steps for Parents and Educators that Can Save Lives  If my dad had known, what might have been different?  To begin, let me share that my father loved me and was there for me until the day he died.  After my mother passed away...

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I’d Love to Tell You I’m a Great Educator

I’d Love to Tell You I’m a Great Educator

By: Janna Sells You know how they say timing is everything?  True story alert.  I’m not one who believes in coincidences.  I was having a casual conversation during a professional partnership call.   A friend on the call said something so profound that it caused me to...

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Matter is the Minimum

Matter is the Minimum

Jay Urich, Gamecocks QB, said it best: Matter IS the MINIMUM. "Black lives are worthy. Black lives are loved. Black lives are needed." At i-LEADR, we are committed to standing beside other like-minded and like-hearted leaders who are learning and continuing to improve...

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The Seven D’s of Leadership

The Seven D’s of Leadership

Written by Principal Angel Oliphant As a child I developed a love of reading and was like a sponge when it came to learning new things. By the time I got to high school, it was clear to me that both race and socio-economic status have a major impact on student...

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