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The latest on all student-centered models, leadership development, strategic planning, teacher retention, and all things innovation in K-12 education. We answer questions before you think to ask them.

Kimberley Stewart - Guest Author

Kimberley Stewart was a Design Principal at Education Elements. She is passionate about collaborating with educators to create transformative learning experiences that enable all learners to thrive. Kimberley worked in nonprofit early in her career, developing edtech initiatives in Southern California and utilizing her analytical insight to better understand stakeholder needs to ensure project success. At Hanover Research, Kimberley was based in D.C. but consulted with schools, universities, and educational organizations nationally and globally to understand their unique challenges and develop effective solutions. Her impressive project outcomes were recognized when she received the firmwide STAR Award. She also co-founded an entrepreneurship education organization based in NYC, Taipei, and Hong Kong where she utilized design thinking to support innovative learning for students and teachers. Most recently, she spent time in Mauritius, Kenya, Rwanda, and South Africa laying the foundation for a career placement program for African Leadership University. Kimberley earned a B.A. in Sociology from Stanford University. She currently resides in Los Angeles and enjoys traveling in her free time. She has visited all 50 U.S. states and over 60 countries.

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District Leadership  |  Strategic Planning

5 User-Centered Strategies: Connect with your community and build a better strategic plan

Your favorite apps that seem to make managing life easier, social media sites that connect you to stories that resonate, shopping at your favorite store, your go-to streaming service when you need to de-stress - sometimes it feels like these things were built in a way that just ‘gets you.’ This didn’t happen by accident; this happened by design.

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Crisis Management  |  School Leadership

How a School Psychologist Is Supporting Students From a Distance During COVID-19

As we look toward reimagining schools, we encourage leaders to keep in mind that communities and families have been impacted by an unprecedented time and will continue to feel the impact into the next school year, and perhaps beyond. School is a place where communities gather for connectivity and support. During these challenging times, there is an opportunity to further develop schools as a place where SEL is embedded throughout school culture.

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