“We educators really do have the knowledge to provide all children with a high-quality education — an education that will help break the cycle of poverty and despair.”
—Molly Bensinger-Lacy, former principal
Graham Road Elementary School
“Leading change is certainly complex, difficult, and continuous. ... The stakes are high, the risks are great, but the chance to have an impact on improving people’s lives is substantial.”
—Jody Spiro, director of educational leadership
The Wallace Foundation
Join Karin Chenoweth and Christina Theokas Wed., March 21, at 4:00 p.m. (EDT), for the final session of our webinar series, Great Principals Talk about Getting It Done. Guests Molly Bensinger-Lacy and Jody Spiro will talk about what we can learn from leaders of schools that are helping all students meet meaningful achievement standards. The previous five sessions are available on demand.
Supported by The Wallace Foundation, these webinars are based on Getting It Done: Leading Academic Success in Unexpected Schools (Harvard Education Press, 2011), the latest book by Chenoweth and Theokas, respectively writer-in-residence and director of research at The Education Trust.Sign up for Equity Express