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Lead Fearlessly Love Hard

Author : Linda Cliatt-Wayman
ISBN : 9781119288817
Genre : Education
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How leadership with love can make lasting changes, even in the toughest situations Lead Fearlessly, Love Hard offers real, actionable advice for those seeking to change the education system from within. While countless books, articles, and speeches decry the challenges disadvantaged students in low-performing schools face, no one has offered a clear path forward through these challenges—until now. Author Linda Cliatt-Wayman, principal of Strawberry Mansion High School in Philadelphia, grew up in the same North Philadelphia neighborhood where she now leads and fought every single day for the chance to become a part of the solution. Today, she is a turnaround principal and popular TED Talk speaker who helps children living in poverty achieve more than they ever thought possible. In Lead Fearlessly, Love Hard, she provides hope, optimism, and a call to action to help all students reach their true potential. Steadfast leadership and clear principles can overcome almost anything, and this book shows you how to focus your passion, apply your skills, and lead your students down the path to a better future. Discover and develop the leader within Take responsibility and move forward every day Give each student the critical interaction they crave Be a force for real, positive change in neighborhood schools Highlighting the intersection of strong visionary and strategic thinking with on-the-ground, day-to-day implementation, this narrative-driven guide tells the stories of real students and educators to show how clear principles and strong guidance can turn around schools—and the students they serve.
Category: Education

Teaching For Educational Equity

Author : Jennifer L. Martin
ISBN : 9781475821895
Genre : Education
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Teachers and school leaders are confronted by various issues pertaining to social justice every day. This volume will help school leaders to handle these issues ethically, and is intended to be used by administrators for the professional development of teachers, teacher leaders, and aspiring principals. This volume includes cases pertaining to race, class, gender, sexual orientation, discrimination and harassment, culturally responsive pedagogy, intersectionality, et cetera. Plucked out of the news, from our own memories, or current lives, the cases contained in this volume represent the lived experiences of real students, teachers, and administrators. Each case requires the reader to look beyond the facts, by providing guidance on current research and policy guidelines. Each case provides the reader with additional information that will assist them in making informed decisions. Additionally, each case provides facilitators with guiding questions to assist them in their pedagogy and for subsequent class discussion. We struggle with issues of social justice, as we invite you to do, and with how to create and maintain equitable environments for all of our students in all of our schools.
Category: Education

Women Amplified

Author : Lisa Bennett
ISBN : 9781626346925
Genre : Business & Economics
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Contained within this book are words of wisdom carefully handpicked from 20 years’ worth of speeches delivered at the annual Texas Conference for Women in Austin. Each chapter includes quotes from remarkable women, such as Amal Clooney, Brené Brown, Viola Davis, Melinda Gates, and Anita Hill. From executives to Olympic athletes, each speaker explores the obstacles and experiences facing professional women in the modern world, including imposter syndrome, work-life balance, and influencing others for good. This is a collection of inspiration and insights for professional women, straight from some of the world’s most successful creatives, CEOs, and other trailblazing leaders. Thoughtfully curated by Lisa Bennett, Communications Director for the Conferences for Women, Women Amplified offers compelling insights designed to capture the electric, infectious enthusiasm of a world-class leadership conference. The Texas Conference for Women is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization with a mission to promote, communicate, and amplify the influence of women in the workplace and beyond. It was founded in 2000 and has attracted more than 100,000 women and men to its annual conferences during its first two decades. This event is part of what has become the largest network of women’s conferences in the United States, which includes the Massachusetts Conference for Women, the Pennsylvania Conference for Women, and the Watermark Conference for Women Silicon Valley. The four conferences attract more than 45,000 people a year. Lisa Bennett is the Communications Director for the Conferences for Women. A former Harvard University fellow, she is co-author with emotional and social intelligence expert Daniel Goleman of Ecoliterate. She has also contributed to other books, including The Compassionate Instinct, Smart by Nature, and A Place at the Table.
Category: Business & Economics

Fearlessly Single

Author : Nathi Mhlaba
ISBN : 9781449723705
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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By Roane Swindon, 2012/02/24 Book Review: Fearlessly Single by Nathi Mhlaba Society is bent on emphasizing the importance of relationships and marriage, so how can a single Christian woman cope in such a world? Author Nathi Mhlaba has been through all of this, and it seems that she has the answers. In her book Fearlessly Single: Diary of a Single Christian Woman, she explores the fact that women today are obsessed with getting into relationships and finding someone to marry. She also considers how difficult it is for a religious Christian woman to find an equally religious Christian man to marry. Through anecdotes, Mhlaba explores how she went wrong in her own relationships, and her experience has given her the insight to advise other single Christian women about how they can resurrect their relationships with God. She postulates that it is more important for a single woman to discover themselves - be happy in themselves, on their own - and to become closer to God, and then the perfect relationship will follow. Mhlaba has a sincere passion for her religion and for her newfound cause in life: to spread the word of God and encourage single women through the passages of her book, which are certain to be consoling to many of the South African women who continuously find themselves in bad relationships or feel without direction if they are alone. She is at pains to urge Christian women to be comfortable in the now and to remember that God has a plan for everyone. They just need to have faith, and remember that being single is an opportunity for them to be themselves and a blessing from God.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Fearlessly Feminine

Author : Jani Ortlund
ISBN : 9780307781185
Genre : Religion
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Women today seek encouragement and affirmation as they confront their own questions, doubts, and fears about womanhood. In Fearlessly Feminine, author Jani Ortlund supplies much-needed answers, calling Christian women to be joyfully confident in who they are before God, to welcome the privilege of womanhood, and to show the world the beauty of Christian femininity for God's glory. Tackling such sensitive subjects as submission and materialism, feminism and beauty, motherhood and marriage, Ortlund leads women to a deeper understanding of scriptural teaching and helps them fearlessly embrace all that God would have them become.
Category: Religion

The 15 Commandments

Author : Mattias Papandreou
ISBN : 1456834509
Genre : Self-Help
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As I write this, it is 2010. So far we have had quite a dramatic decade: 9/11, the invasion of Iraq, George Bush gets elected (Twice!), the IPod, the Xbox, Facebook, Twitter, and a pope who doesn’t even look at the camera, the Beijing Olympics (Wasn’t that a show?!), the earthquake in Haiti and Chile, and a black man becomes president of the USA, and they used to say pigs would fly when a black man became president, and sure enough swine flu! It’s a lot different compared to 10 years ago. The world and technology is changing at such a fast rate, but I feel us people are really not mentally moving along through with the times though.
Category: Self-Help

The Wisdom Of A Broken Heart

Author : Susan Piver
ISBN : 9781416596325
Genre : Self-Help
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When a relationship ends, the anguish and disappointment can be devastating. A broken heart is genuinely traumatic. Typical recommendations to keep busy, move on, repair your hidden flaws, and then forget about it may not be helpful. In these pages, Susan Piver reveals that heartbreak actually creates an opportunity for genuine emotional and spiritual transformation, enabling you to emerge on the other side stronger, softer, and capable of loving with renewed confidence. In the years following her own experience, relationship writer Susan Piver searched the world’s wisdom traditions and discovered that heartbreak can be an uncompromising teacher of authenticity, power, and even joy. She shares that wisdom here, with instantaneously recognizable anecdotes, insights, on-the-spot practices, exercises, meditations, and down-to-earth advice that make The Wisdom of a Broken Heart a steadying prescription of solace and encouragement, wisdom and humor during the hardest time of your life. Like an infinitely patient, trusted friend, Piver tells you in a thousand different ways the most important thing to remember and the easiest to forget: “You’re going to be okay.”
Category: Self-Help

Bad Judgment

Author : William Kaplan
ISBN : UOM:39015037469791
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Bad Judgment is a quintessential fall-from-grace story about a man from humble beginnings who rose to the top of the legal profession, only to be removed from the bench because of his bad judgment, the intolerant attitudes of the elite bar, and political necessity. What did Leo Landreville really do? And why were some of the most famous lawyers and politicians in Canada in the 1960s determined to end his judicial career?" "Landreville was appointed one of Her Majesty's justices in 1956. After moving from Sudbury to Toronto to take up his job at Osgoode Hall, he and his wife moved into the newly built and very fashionable Benvenuto Place and joined the best clubs. But his elevated status was to be short-lived. As it turned out, he had accepted a stock option from Northern Ontario Natural Gas when NONG obtained the gas franchise in Sudbury and he was the mayor. Soon after settling into his chambers at Osgoode Hall, he exercised the option and pocketed $117,000, without having laid out a cent." "Landreville was not the only politician to benefit from his dealings with NONG. The 'Gas Scandal,' as it was called, brought an early end to the careers of three provincial Conservative cabinet ministers and bruised the reputation of the Liberal leader, another beneficiary. Landreville was charged with municipal corruption and conspiracy, but he managed to beat the accusations. When the Law Society of Upper Canada convened a special committee, found the judge guilty of misconduct, and called upon the minister of justice to have him removed, the Landreville affair began. The character assassination of Landreville soon became a national sport, and the judge found himself under investigation by a royal commission. A joint parliamentary committee then recommended that Landreville be removed from the bench. Instead, he resigned in disgrace." "Bad Judgment is a probing account of judicial independence and of what should be done when the conduct of judges is brought into question. A veritable 'Who's Who' of Canadian legal and political history, it provides an inside look at the workings of the judiciary, the Law Society of Upper Canada, and the Ontario and federal governments in their attempts to deal with a growing scandal that threatened to bring the administration of justice in Canada into disrepute."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Wat Tyler

Author : Pierce Egan
ISBN : STANFORD:36105044956766
Genre : Peasant uprisings
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Category: Peasant uprisings