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In this installment, we’ll look at five more helpful hints — study tips, tricks, and techniques that really work. more
Trumpets, please! The annual back-to-campus, back-to-school columns are now behind us. School bells have rung across Long Island. It’s time for another tradition: namely, study tips, tricks and techniques that really work. more
As I explained in the previous column, I came across some notes I wrote eons ago when I was interviewed by a college class and asked what it was really like to be a principal. I boiled the job down into ten responsibilities. Last time, I detailed the first five: “most important,” “most surprising,” “most necessary,” “most boring” and “most challenging.” In this second installment, I will discuss the final five. more
Years ago, I was interviewed by a college class and asked what it was “really like” to be a principal. While doing some spring cleaning (and much-needed pruning of my files), I came across the notes from that interview. I got a kick out of rereading those answers, and would like to share them with readers. It’s another one of my Top 10 lists. I’ll detail the first five in this column, and the second five in the next. more
Second of two parts In the previous column, I described an exciting program called “My Own Book Fund,” which strives to help inner city school children. Specifically, I shared an interview with Dan Greenburg, one of the volunteers for the programs who is very excited about the impact which it’s having. more
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