Getting to real learning requires disrupting our natural propensity to avoid it.
Compensation of heads (directors) of international schools has become big business, especially for consultants who promote their prowess in benchmarking of executive compensation.
What if research were being undertaken, evidence of ‘what works’ noted and shared in public forums, yet no espousal and/or application of those results in schools? It would seem difficult to believe that such a thing could be taking place, yet that is precisely the premise of an article in the August 2014 issue of […]
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