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Whose Childhood is it Anyway?

I have two students sitting in front of me in my office. The teacher, as teachers do, has brought them to the principal’s office because...

Let’s Talk About … Girls

Guest Blogger: Tracey Schreier** My four siblings and myself were born in the 1960s in Welkom, South Africa. Welkom was a dry, dusty and...

On Birthdays at Schools and Donuts

With our long Presidents' Day weekend here, I have been thinking about birthdays. As we get older, the importance and relevance of...

Talking to your Daughters about Math

Here’s what you should talk about when you talk to your daughters about math. 1) Tell them that hard work matters the most. No one is...

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Jason is flexible and attentive, yet remains committed to his high expectations of my work in tackling tough situations and tasks.  With a sense of humor and compassion for the rigor of a leadership position, he knows how to guide me with just the right amount of productive stress.  I appreciate that.

Daphne Orenshein - Elementary School Principal: Hillel Hebrew Academy