We believe that districts can become more resilient to this ambiguity. As districts like yours become learning organizations, you will improve the systems and teams needed to better create and prioritize scenarios, communicate decisions, listen to your staff and students, prioritize goals, and course correct as needed.
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Ed Elements' honesty and their ability to help us map out a plan was what we really needed. They're able to really challenge us to think outside the box and move further.
Rosalie Daca, Chief Academic Officer
Ed Elements prepared us well for this new normal that we are visiting temporarily. It gave us tools, the mindset, and preparedness that we needed to shift our paradigm for these times. Our kids were also prepared for the new and temporary landscape! So, thank you, thank you, thank you!
Renee Dawson, Principal
We need to make sure we are not static.
Jose Dotres, Superintendent & former CHRO, Miami-Dade County Public Schools
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New School Rules
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New Team Habits
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