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Now displaying: September, 2015
Sep 18, 2015

In this episode I interview two fantastic attorneys whom I’ve known for several years about special education law.  Joyce Berkowitz has a practice representing parents, and Dave Oakes works for the Harris Beach Law Firm and represents school districts.  Our lively discussion centers on what school administrators need to know about special education law.  We get into mistakes to avoid, how to stay current on changes to special education law - if that’s even possible, when to call the attorneys, what to expect when the attorneys show up, and where the focus of all this work rightfully should be - on children.  Joyce and Dave also share insights about their own personal productivity and setting priorities.

 

To reach Joyce you can Google her name (Joyce B. Berkowitz) or call her at (585) 421-9094.  You can learn more about Dave and his work at Harris Beach’s website (www.harrisbeach.com).  Enjoy this interview with Joyce Berkowitz and Dave Oakes.

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Sep 11, 2015

We all know how to implement, right?  It’s not as easy as it sounds.  In this episode I interview Caryn Ward.  Caryn works with the National Implementation Research Network or NIRN (http://nirn.fpg.unc.edu/).  She is an expert on implementation science the research that supports it.  We talk about the Five Implementation Frameworks, how they apply to education, and what they mean for school leaders, and pitfalls to avoid.  Additional information and tools that Caryn mentions in the podcast can be found at The Active Implementation Hub (http://implementation.fpg.unc.edu/).


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Sep 6, 2015

In this episode I interview Professional Office Organizing Consultant Kacy Paide.  We talk about how much more productive and focused you can be when your environment is organized.  It sounds so simple.  Why aren’t more of us there already?  We get into practical tips, where to start, and mistakes to avoid.  Kacy mentioned the following resources during the interview:

 

 

You can learn more about Kacy and her work at www.theinspiredoffice.com.  She has a blog and a bunch of great instructional videos.  Enjoy this interview with Kacy Paide.


Send your comments, questions, and show ideas to mike@schoolleadershipshow.com.  Consider rating the podcast in itunes and leaving a comment.  And please pass the show along to your colleagues.

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