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The Story of a Turnaround Principal Allan R. Bonilla ... 19, 79–80 After-school activities, 23–24 Angelou, Maya, 24 ARIA (attention, reflection, insight, and action), 77 Arts programs, 60–62 Assistant principals, 14, 23, 31, 32, ...

Author: Allan R. Bonilla

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781452290690

Category: Education

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Tried and true strategies for every principal From a turnaround principal who has been there comes clear strategies for positive, collaborative, and all-inclusive school environments. Far from a standalone anecdote for success, this guide features tools that can be used in any school. Offering true-life stories, examples, and interviews with award-winning turnaround principals, the author helps you focus on strategies that produce measurable results, such as: Meeting the needs of the at-risk student Improving attendance and student achievement Being a true visible leader Incorporating successful business practices Celebrating success, and Adopting a coaching mindset
2013-08-01 By Allan R. Bonilla

"Bonilla recognizes that culture matters—a lot—and he offers specific strategies to help everyone in a school learn and grow." —Thomas R. Hoerr, Author and Columnist Head of the New City School, St. Louis, MO "This book provides a ...

Author: Allan R. Bonilla

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781452290720

Category: Education

Page: 136

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Tried and true strategies for every principal From a turnaround principal who has been there comes clear strategies for positive, collaborative, and all-inclusive school environments. Far from a standalone anecdote for success, this guide features tools that can be used in any school. Offering true-life stories, examples, and interviews with award-winning turnaround principals, the author helps you focus on strategies that produce measurable results, such as: Meeting the needs of the at-risk student Improving attendance and student achievement Being a true visible leader Incorporating successful business practices Celebrating success, and Adopting a coaching mindset
2013-08-01 By Allan R. Bonilla

... to desire Dr. Duff's recall that he might then fill the Principal's seat . Now that he was not only at home but a Professor in the College , it seemed natural as well as becoming that one so venerable and of such reputation in all ...

Author: George Smith

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044029887031

Category: Missionaries

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1879 By George Smith

Now look around you, listen to the sounds, feel any sensations which you might have. ... Some people find that sitting upright on the ground or a seat is the best position for meditation: Connecting with yourself meditation Get yourself ...

Author: Keziah Gibbons

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781910148105

Category: Self-Help

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The Reiki precepts are one of the fundamental elements of Reiki healing, and a good Reiki practitioner should be practicing the precepts throughout their daily lives, and not just in the treatment room. Living the Reiki Precepts is a collection of meditations, visualisations, suggestions and exercises created to inspire you to find the right way to relate the Reiki precepts to your life. Keziah Gibbons is a Reiki Master and Teacher, a Reiki Drum Master Practitioner, and a Master Practitioner of NLP. Her speciality is in weaving the different elements of being holistically. In this volume she brings her skills and experience to the practical integration of the Reiki precepts.
2015-04-25 By Keziah Gibbons

With regard to the first , the 16th clause of the Probate Act runs thus :“ The other clerks and officers now employed in ... Indeed , so well was this recognized in the Old Court , that Principals of Seats in different cases frequently ...

Author: Great Britain. Royal Commission on the Administrative Departments of the Courts of Justice

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ISBN: UOM:35112202322543

Category: Courts

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The line now backing up, people behind me were getting impatient and he could see it in their faces. The security guard finally conceded with ... About half way back I found my seat next to the window and Cai and her son sat next to me.

Author: Russ Katz

Publisher: Gatekeeper Press

ISBN: 9781662911972

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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At just ten years old, playing in the lush trees, starting mischief with the boys; Kim loved her family and friends, the sounds of the market, the tastes of the foods, she enjoyed life, and wished it would never change. What she didn’t know yet was all that she loved was about to be torn from her prying fists. "Wake up, wake up…" her sister yelled, shaking her. Looking out the window behind their bed, Vi?t C?ng marched just a hundred meters from her home just outside Saigon. Pop pop pop pop gunshots from the AK-47’s jolted their muscles as a full scale attack on the American Army base began. Their small home caught in the crossfire, they spent the night of T?t, the 1968 New Year, in the safety of a small dark makeshift cellar. The war finally came to an emotionally sad ending, the streets in crisis, people fleeing by the thousands. The North Vietnamese Army declared victory renaming Saigon to Ho Chi Minh City. April 30th, 1975…this was a day that will change Kim’s life forever. Forced into oppressive Communist life was hard and depressing. Kim’s dreams of an education in America were crushed, her husband taken to prison, her brother in law taken to a reeducation camp, their family business ransacked and closed by the police; food became scarce, money even worse. Stories of boat people attempting escape caught her attention. Such sad stories though, a coworker captured by pirates, beaten, and then tossed to the sea to die. A mother losing her children, drowning in the seas. The list goes on but her desire for freedom outweighed the risks. In less than a year she found herself being stuffed into a hidden compartment at the bottom of a small wooden fishing boat with many other desperate souls seeking freedom. The darkness, rancid smells, and thick air choked her lungs. Cramped, her body ached and below her waist was all but numb. Without warning the diesel engine kicked up louder and the boat started moving faster. Pah pah pah pah pah she heard in rapid succession. Bullets pinged off the side of the vessel, splintering the wood through to the cabin. Still, the boat did not slow. Again Pah pah pah pah pah. The sounds of bullets hitting the side of the boat echoed in her ears. Everyone jumped. The engines kicked off and the boat came to a dead stop. Oh my god they already caught us. Falling over into the dirty sea-ridden floor of the boat, fish juice mixed with unthinkable bodily fluids washed back and forth around her face. Reaching her hand to her side, feeling a sharp searing pain. It was wet, blood was everywhere. The shimmering brilliant lights of the spot lights and yelling faded into the background as her head became light, dizzy, as everything went black… Book Review 1: "I knew little about Vietnam other than living through the war myself. I watched the protests here at home and lost friends over there. One of my favorite movies remains “The Killing Fields” about the journalist Sydney Schanberg and his friend Dith Pran. While that movie is primarily about Cambodia, I believe much applies to Vietnam as well. This book opened my eyes to a whole new facet of the Vietnam war; the people; the villagers who had to live through it, not only when the US pulled out, but for years after as well. It is a well written and thoughtful accounting of the day to day life of one young woman. Her terror and hardships were heart wrenching. If you’d like a down to earth account of the war, this is the book for you. No who is right or wrong, just what was the reality for one woman. I would like to read more from Russ Katz. Thank you to Netgalley and Dog Ear Publishing for allowing me the opportunity to read this book." -- Tripower53, NetGalley Book review 2: "This manuscript tells an extraordinary story, a story that deserves to be told to as many people as want to know about it. And there are many facets of the present draft of The Principal’s Daughter that are very, very well done indeed. It is, up to a point, very effectively put together. The material is rich, that characters are vivid, and the narrative itself is riveting and moving. Whatever you do with this, keep Kim’s spirit alive. She is a Personage. You are lucky to know her. I am lucky to know something about her now. That character, that family, that place in the mango trees: magic. You got yourself a million acres of magic here, pal. Don’t screw it up! (You won’t, because you know it’s magic.) I don’t think I’ve ever read a piece of prose that so galvanized my attention--" -- Kevin Anderson & Associates Book Review 3: "This was a fantastic story about an inspirational woman, Kim who lives during the Vietnam war and experiences not only their quest for freedom, but also her own. Kim is a resilient soul whose dreams are destroyed and it is up to her bravery and hope to remake them. This is not a typical story and it is one that will both teach you something about Vietnam and touch your heart. Rich in description and food references, the world comes alive and while we will never be able to know these experiences, we begin to get a glimmer of these moments: both good and bad. Notes: I loved the book! I will be posting a review on my blog, utopia-state-of-mind.com, on December 7th and will update this review when it goes live. Additionally I will be posting my review on Netgalley within the next two days from now." -- Lili Hadsell, NetGalley
2021-06-01 By Russ Katz

After a pause a dark red Volvo, two men in the front seats, travelling very slowly appeared on the screen. ... I know now it was when the TV news showed the Sedge principal with one of their ex-undergrads, later a decorated Falkland war ...

Author: Bill James

Publisher: Severn House Publishers Ltd

ISBN: 9781780108087

Category: Fiction

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“A droll, delightful, skillfully written piece of academic satire” Booklist Starred Review This sharply satirical novel concerns a battle royal between two academic institutions and their principals. England, 1987. It’s all-out war. Two universities in the same city each aim to destroy the other and take over one another’s buildings, students and – above all – bank balance. At a time of austerity in public life and huge government cuts, the situation has become desperate and the respective university principals are prepared to fight very dirty indeed. Dr Lawford Chute of the revered Sedge University wants to expand, expand, expand, while the government is telling him to cut, cut, cut. But Dr Victor Tane of Charter Mill employs more covert methods to ensure his institution comes out on top. Who will win these ferocious academic fights and be the model for the statue in the modern-day university grounds: the ultimate proof of posterity for which both principals are battling? This hilariously witty and highly topical satire on the comic absurdities and ruthless politics involved among Britain’s elite academic institutions will appeal to fans of Tom Sharpe’s Porterhouse Blue.
2016-11-01 By Bill James

... the seats have allowed their assistants to receive the whole of the fees ; at present it stands in that way ; they are in the receipt of the whole of the fees , and they have ultimately to account to their principals if there should ...

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords

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ISBN: OXFORD:555097761

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Total sum now being derived from Laundress , £ Seat at Church , . Stationery , £ ( m ) HouseRent of £ Rates and taxes £ How held , - whether on lease or otherwise . If on lease , how many years unexpired If in good repair , or otherwise ...

Author: Robert Henry Mair

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ISBN: BL:A0018404515

Category: Education

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... courts and for the several county officers who are required to hold offices at the county seat , which said rooms ... for the same purpose that their said several principals by whom they are appointed , are now required by law to ...

Author: Illinois

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105063723279

Category: Law

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