[Free Webinar!] More Courses, Less Cost: How to Provide More Content on a Limited Budget

New year, new training budget!  And a new class to help you figure out what to do with it.    Managing a budget has always been […]

Exception or Extinction as an Administrator: It Is Yours to Choose

If you are like many educators, you may really enjoy teaching. But at some point, you may want to move up the ladder to work […]

Proof Team Success is a Leadership Thing

This past Monday, Clemson won the College Football Playoff National Championship game against Alabama. While people may be sick of seeing either of these teams […]

LeBron James Says Being a Great Leader Means Improving More Than Yourself

Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James moves the ball up court during the first half of an NBA preseason basketball game against the Sacramento Kings […]

5 Ways Great Leaders Create High Performing Teams

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out some professional teams are higher performing than others. Not only do high-performing teams contribute to better business outcomes, but their […]

Critical Skills We Rarely Think Of

We all prepare and deliver presentations all the time. If you’re an external practitioner, this begins with marketing presentations. Whether internal or external, there are […]

Interview with 2019 TCEA Convention Closing Keynote Alison Levine

Our closing keynote at the TCEA Convention & Exposition will be the incredible Alison Levine. You can read more about Alison and some of her […]

Ed Tech Day at the Capitol Is March 5th!

TCEA’s Ed Tech Day at the Capitol is one of my favorite days of the year. This is when excited educators come to the Texas […]

Boost Your Practitioner Power

While Marcel Schwantes wrote his article for those seeking to influence their managers, (5 Things Exceptional Employees Love to Do (and Toxic Employees Hate) offers […]

Strong Signs Your Best Leadership Year is Right Around the Corner

Everyone wants immediate results, but that’s rarely the case, regardless of whether you’re attempting to lose weight, improve revenue, or develop as a leader. That’s because […]

Reflections on “Facial recognition has to be regulated to protect the public, says AI report” [Knight]

Facial recognition has to be regulated to protect the public, says AI report — from technologyreview.com by Will Knight The research institute AI Now has […]

2018 Early Childhood Education Year-In-Review

Take a look back at the major events that shaped early childhood education in 2018.

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