Becoming an Educational Leader, or Preparing to be Disliked

My leadership story is inspired by those students with whom I’ve worked who function at the college level, those students who blow my mind with their intelligence, diligence and insight. But more so it is inspired by those students I have worked with who don’t do any of this. Who think that higher education is something bought… Continue reading Becoming an Educational Leader, or Preparing to be Disliked

Fragments

The sheets smell of salt and they rub coarsely on her skin. She guesses they were hung out on the line to dry. She resists the urge to toss and turn, as if doing so would in some way disturb her sleeping son, who is awake in the living room, surely hunched over his laptop,… Continue reading Fragments