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The Ubiquitous Statistic

“70 percent of change initiatives fail.” I have heard this statistic a hundred times – and have no idea where it came from. (FYI – when I researched it, I ended up in an online, space-time continuum.)* However, I sifted through a lot of data that suggest why a lot of change initiatives fail. Here is what […]

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A World Full of Merritts: Leadership in the Classroom

Our educators are some of the most influential and powerful change agents in our community. Their impact will be felt far into the future by the choices of the children they teach. Jeremiah Merritt created a culture where the kids became leaders. Principal Tracey Pickard went out on a limb to inspire leadership from her […]

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