Trust in community
Dr. Rod Berger speaks with:
- Dr. Susan Enfield, superintendent of Highline Public Schools in Washington State
- Dr. Steve Joel, superintendent of Lincoln Public Schools in Nebraska, and
- Dr. Michael Duncan, superintendent at Pike County Schools, Georgia
This conversation discusses the necessity for holding meaningful conversations with all stakeholders in a child’s education, which starts with building trust. COVID-19 changed how we communicate, at the same time as throwing many questions, opinions, and emotions into the mix. One is how are the leaders of today ensuring the best outcome for our children?
Covering everything from the need for clarity of institutional values and beliefs, to the tools that have provided the opportunity to remain effective under challenging times, each offers a unique experience and perspective. Opening the way for deeper discussion, the panel broaches the importance of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and how each is tackling the issues associated.
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