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Navigating through Change
In today’s world, change is happening faster than ever. Thought leader Marianne Renner provides powerful insights and tips for navigating change. Watch video or listen on the go on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.

The Ins and Outs of ChatGPT
Principal Amen Rahh shares ways you can use ChatGPT to save time and streamline your work. Watch video or listen on the go on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.


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Discover best practices from educational leaders and practitioners in the TEPSA News.

The Angry Parent and Social Media
Learn what you can do if you are on the receiving end of criticism that is beyond the pale with Education Lawyer Kevin Lungwitz. Read article.

Cultivating Shared Accountability
Professor Debra Cantú shares how principal supervisors can impact school improve­ment and strengthen the principal pipeline by prioritizing the development of instructional leaders through shared accountability.

Explore in-depth research from education experts in the TEPSA Leader.

Improving Special Education Meetings: Tips for Principals and Teachers
Learn tips to engage families in all aspects of the special education process with Professor David DeMatthews and education researcher Julie Means-Parker. Article attached for posting. Read article.

Top Three Ingredients to Ensure Success as a First Year Campus Principal and Beyond
Focus on the right work to make a difference on your campus. Education leader Mary Johnston shares three strategies to ensure success in your role. Article attached for posting. Read article.

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