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8/21/2014 14:25:02Principal / school blogsbrettstamm.blogspot.comLeading Learning CommunitiesBrettStamm@bstamm00KellerTX - TexasUnited States
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8/21/2014 15:42:15Principal / school blogseducationunblog.blogspot.comEducation unBlogStephenSantilli@spsantilliNorthfieldNew JerseyUnited States
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8/21/2014 15:48:07Principal / school blogsAdjustingcourse.wordpress.comAdjusting CourseBradGustafson@GustafsonBradWayzataMNUSABrad focuses on digital leadership and the 21st-century student. His digital challenge is a must see for principal and other leaders!
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8/22/2014 1:13:48Principal / school blogshttp://changingislearning.blogspot.com/Changing is LearningMike Niehoff@mwniehoffFresnoCAUSAThis admin has been 1:1, Google Apps andsocial Media since day one of the Charter/Public Hybrid PBL HS he co-created in 2008. His blog reflects a VERY unusual and clear lens on issues that are critical to almost EVERY HS in AMERICA.

People need Mike Niehoff's experience and vision!
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8/22/2014 11:23:33Principal / school blogshttp://www.cesjds.org/page.cfm?p=9403Education Matters - One Head of School's reflections on education, Jewish education and the Jewish worldMitchel MalkusRockvilleMarylandRabbi Mitchel Malkus began as Head of School at CESJDS in August 2013. He served as Head of School at The Jacob Pressman Academy of Temple Beth Am in Los Angeles, California, from 2001 - 2013.

Mitch earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Columbia University in 1990. He spent his junior year at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In 1991, he earned a Masters Degree in Judaic Studies at Jewish Theological Seminary of America.

From 1991 to 1992, he worked in Washington, DC, as a Legislative Assistant at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism. He became a Judaic Studies Teacher at the Solomon Schechter High School of New York in 1996 and held the position through 1999.

During this period, Mitch undertook a rabbinics program at the Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS), achieving rabbinic ordination in 1999. He went on to earn his Doctor of Education degree at the Wm. Davidson Graduate School of Education of JTS in 2001. In 2002 he was certified at the Principal’s Center at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education.

Since 2008, Mitch has served at the national level on the Board of the Schechter Day School Network. Mitch also is on the board of MERCAZ, USA. Mitch has been a Mentor in the Day School Leadership Training Institute since 2011.

Mitch is the author of numerous articles and essays on curriculum and teaching which have appeared in the Journal of Jewish Education and other educational publications. Since 2000, he has presented regularly at the Conference of the Network for Research in Jewish Education and at the Conference of the Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education (PEJE). He is currently serving as Co-chair of the Israel Education Panel for the Consortium for Applied Studies in Jewish Education (CASJE), a pilot project connecting researchers, practitioners, and philanthropists in the field of Jewish education, and a member of the CASJE Advisory Board.

RSS: http://www.cesjds.org/rss.cfm?blog=9403

**Please contact Laurie Ehrlich, lehrlich@cesjds.org, 301.692.4837, with any questions.**
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8/22/2014 13:36:16Principal / school blogsbillcarozza.comPrincipal ReflectionsBillCarozza@wcarozzaHopkintonNHUSABill blogs here on Principal Reflections and also at Connected Principals. He also produces a monthly podcast at Harold Martin School where he is Principal.
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8/22/2014 14:46:15Principal / school blogshttp://leadingisteaching.blogspot.comLeading is TeachingDanielChing@danielpchingNorth ForkCAUSAGreat info on 21st century ed, 4 c's, rural high schools, ed tech
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8/22/2014 14:48:11Principal / school blogshttp://changingislearning.blogspot.comEdu Change and AdvocacyMichaelNiehoffmwniehoffFresnoCAUSAInnovation, Ed tech, CTE, 4c's, Project based guru
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8/22/2014 14:52:00Superintendent / central office / district blogshttp://suptbob.blogspot.comSuperintendent BobBobNelson@suptbobCoarsegoldCA93614Leadership, Culture, Ed Tech, Rural Education, Humor
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8/22/2014 19:38:42Principal / school blogsDrspikecook.comInsights Into Learning SpikeCook@drspikecookTurnersville Nj USAFeaturing a Blog 365 project for 2014!
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8/22/2014 19:40:48Principal / school blogsRmbaconweekly.blogspot.comRM Bacon WeeklySpike Cook @baconelementary Millville Nj USA Weekly blog featuring pictures, videos and information for the students, parents and community of RM Bacon.
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8/23/2014 11:18:47Principal / school blogswww.johnnybevacqua.comFiguring It Out
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9/12/2014 13:24:36Superintendent / central office / district blogshttp://dps109supt.edublogs.org/The Superintendent's OfficeMikeLubelfeld@milelubelfeldDeerfieldIllinoisUnited States
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9/12/2014 13:25:36Principal / school blogshttp://theprincipalandinterest.wordpress.com/The Principal and InterestDaveSherman@dbshermanDeerfieldIllinoisUnited States
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9/12/2014 23:03:30Superintendent / central office / district blogshttp://novisuperintendent.blogspot.com/The Superintendent's ChairJimFry@ncsdtechNoviMichiganUSAThis blog is the Novi Superintendent Dr. Steve Matthews’ Blog. He is a great writer and a caring and supportive advocate of public education
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9/13/2014 6:57:49Superintendent / central office / district blogshttp://blog.dmfrench.orgDaniel M. French
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9/15/2014 6:08:56Principal / school blogshttp://servantprincipal.com/Servant PrincipalWaltKozlowski@ServantPrinciplMacomb TownshipMIUSAServant leadership in schools (and other ideas, too.)
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9/17/2014 12:33:11Superintendent / central office / district blogshttp://superintendentlps.blogspot.comTodd Gazda, Superintendent, Ludlow Public SchoolsAngeliqueColby@angelcolbyJHULongmeadowMAUSAThis is a blog from the superintendent of the district in which I was formerly employed. He was hired after I left, but he really seems to support the teachers and understand that the onslaught of standardized testing is not productive.
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9/21/2014 3:56:20Superintendent / central office / district blogshttp://spacesforlearning.wordpress.com/A Space for Learning Pamela Moran @pammoranAlbemarle Va US
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6/18/2015 10:44:00School librarians / media specialistshttp://sriettcnj.blogspot.com/SRI&ETTCStocktonUniversitysriettcGallowayNew JerseyUnited States
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12/2/2015 14:55:15Music educationhttps://burhocky.wordpress.com/author/burhocky/Adusting the SailsBurtonHableAnkenyIAUSA
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12/9/2015 13:45:21Educational technology / technology integrationhttp://www.edtechinnovations.org/EdTech InnovationsKrisSzajner@KSzajnerPrior LakeMNUnited Staes
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