Are millennial educators making it to the top?
ResearchOriginal Research on School Marketing and Culture
We surveyed more than 1,600 school employees to find out who’s acting as brand ambassadors for their districts—and why that matters.
Guest researcher and former superintendent Don E. Lifto, Ph.D., shares a snapshot of Minnesota superintendents’ leadership through the first months of the COVID-19 crisis.
The UN Foundation's Girl Up is bringing girls from around the globe together to learn leadership and STEM. We talk with Director of Programming and Impact, Bailey Leuschen.
Running a school district is hard work. How do you do it from your house?
As part of our extensive look into this new hiring pool, we asked 1,000 millennial teachers what most shaped their decisions when choosing where to teach.
Today, consumer relationships often begin online. Creating a multi-channel approach can ensure your schools are reaching audiences both on the web and in person.
In the largest study of its kind, we reached out to 30,000 randomly selected K-12 teachers born between the years 1981 and 1996. More than 1,000 teachers submitted a response—a statistically significant sample of the estimated 1.2 million millennial teachers nationwide.
As part of our Spring 2019 Edition of SchoolCEO Magazine, we conducted a survey of over 1,000 millennial teachers to find out what they expect from their districts and schools.
Just how big of an impact is social media making in school districts?
A state with well established school choice programs has a lot to teach us about the future of K-12 education.
There's trouble in one of the fastest-growing trends in education.
The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow's Cautionary Tale