Are Schools Really A “National Security Threat”

The recent Klein/Rice Panel on Education concluded in March, 2012 that our Pre K – 12 schools are so bad, they are a national security threat. Do you think this is so?

Also, what do you recommend that we do about this?  Our nonprofit organization, THE LEEEGH, now has 19 courses to offer to train teachers and principals, plus all staff at Pre K Р12 schools to help them meet the new demands on educators.  Please see: www.trainingforeducators.org.

  1. LEADERSHIP TRAINING FOR TEACHERS
  2. LEADERSHIP TRAINING FOR PRINCIPALS AND ADMINISTRATORS
  3. COMMUNICATIONS
  4. GOAL SETTING AND GOAL REALIZATION
  5. TIME MANAGEMENT
  6. NEW TRENDS IN PREK-12 EDUCATION
  7. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT FOR EDUCATORS
  8. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
  9. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
  10. LEADING CHANGE IN SCHOOLS
  11. STRATEGIES FOR CLOSING THE ACHIEVEMENT GAP
  12. BECOMING COMFORTABLE WITH TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM
  13. DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT
  14. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
  15. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS
  16. MANAGING STUDENT ATTENTION
  17. HYBRID INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
  18. DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION
  19. CREATING A WORKSHOP ENVIRONMENT IN THE CLASSROOM

Herb Rubenstein, Founder and Executive Director, THE LEEEGH, INC.

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