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School’s Open (or, Practice What You Preach)

Even though the new school year has begun, signs posted on roadsides alert parents that “It’s not too late to […]

September: Your School’s New Revenue Timeline Means Your Budgeting Process Starts Next Month

If you’re used to starting to work on your school’s budget for the following school year after the holiday/winter break, […]

What Makes Your School “Remarkable?”

Now that you know what your school’s strengths are, the next step is marketing them to the community. While that […]

September: Your School Needs an Enrollment Funnel System

So many times, the Lord takes us down roads where we wonder, “Why am I here?”  With a degree in […]

Remember

Saturday marked the 20th anniversary of the massive terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, DC.  While there were […]

Lead With Your Strengths…Or, More Correctly, Lead TO Your Strengths

Now that you’re aware of your school’s strengths, opportunities, weaknesses and threats and have reviewed your strengths again, it’s time […]

5 Essential Elements for a School’s Success

Educators will certainly know this from their training. In 1956, Benjamin Bloom identified three domains of educational activities, namely, Cognitive […]

I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write My Teachers and Parents a Letter

Since today is Labor Day is this week, many of you may not check this until Tuesday.  If so, make […]

September: CHANGE

Fall begins this month, and Fall is the season of CHANGE. That’s a very special word when it comes to […]

Refine Your School’s SOWTS Analysis

In last week’s Advancementality article, I mentioned the importance of having an SWOT or TOWS analysis, and encouraged you to […]