Change You Can Count On: Change Management in K-12
Education is constantly changing, giving us new opportunities to discover, create and adapt. That goes for all of us: the teachers referring to real world situations and current events to deepen student learning, the Curriculum & Instruction specialists seeking ways to further uphold and implement best practices in evaluations and professional learning, and the administrators who must prepare for and comply with new regulations and expectations.
6 Reasons to Attend Insights Summit 2020
Where can you hear real-life strategies from other districts, learn about new Frontline product features that could save you hours, network with hundreds of peers, get 1-on-1 help, AND come away inspired?Continue Reading
Teacher Appreciation Day: Thank You to Our Teachers
Teachers have one of the toughest jobs out there – a job that’s incredibly demanding and often thankless. But today, we take a moment to thank all of our teachers, and in particular, a few who made an indelible mark on the lives of Frontline employees.
3 Key Themes from Insights Summit 2019
The inaugural Insights Summit is a wrap, and it was an amazing experience! As a Frontline Education team, we feel truly thankful to serve such a great group of clients.Continue Reading
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3 Ways to Motivate Teacher Buy-In to New Software
Some breaking news recently revealed that a whopping 70% of school district software licenses never get used. That’s bad news for school districts.Continue Reading
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Coloring Pages: Time to Unwind
For the longest time, the popularity of adult coloring books was a mystery to me. But one day I realized, when you make thousands of decisions every single day — from which socks or shirt to wear, to which candidate you should hire or where to put your limited budget — your brain gets a little tired. A simple activity like coloring within the lines doesn’t require any deep thought or planning. It’s more of a meditative exercise, with the added benefit of creating something tangible.Continue Reading
5 Stories That Give Thanksgiving Extra Meaning This Year
I have always loved Thanksgiving. Spending time with family I haven’t seen all year, smells from the kitchen gradually filling the house, the crackle of dry leaves underfoot… what’s not to love?Continue Reading
Resources to Prevent School Violence and Bullying
Sadly, our schools are not always the safe haven we’d hope they would be for our children. While many circumstances that lead to school violence are out of school leaders’ and educators’ control, we can empower educators with information to detect behavioral cues that may indicate a child is at risk.Continue Reading
Coloring Pages: Celebrating the Holidays and Year-long Learning
'Tis the season to take a break from our daily routines, enjoy timeless holiday traditions and have fun with friends and family. And in the spirit of the holidays, we've put together some one-of-a-kind coloring pages to celebrate the most magical time of year.Continue Reading
Why District Leaders Should Ignore Data – and Focus on Analytics
“The idea that ‘data is king’ still has merit. The difference between now and ten years ago, however, is that there is no shortage of data. The challenge now is to mine the information to find relationships that will help school districts improve.”Continue Reading
7 Most Popular Blog Posts from Last School Year
School is almost back in session! Teachers and students alike are sharpening their pencils and getting ready for a new school year. As you tackle the new semester, here are the top 7 education blog posts from last school year that district leaders are still reading and thinking about.Continue Reading