Ten of Our Most Popular Blogs Posted in 2019!

Dear GlobalEd Leadership Readers,

Happy New Year! We have this website and write these blogs to share research, evidence- based practices and stories of school leadership from around the world.

Our purpose is to create a space for individuals—educators, NGO practitioners, policy makers, foundation leaders, professors, researchers, and citizens—interested in improving leadership in education since we believe that education is the ticket to escape from poverty.

In 2019, we posted 39 blogs on the www.GlobalEdLeadership website.  All blogs have readers from around the world (we have regular readers from 152 nations!!).  And, here are ten of your favorites.

Enjoy!

School leaders in Rwanda presenting a case study during a two-day training entitled:  Leading for Learning

#10

Karla Pineda, Edify

Creativity and Innovation in Guatemala:  A Week in the Life of Karla de Pineda

#9

Debra Hanson, Whitfield/Manjiro Friendship Society 

For Massachusetts Educator, the Profession is in her blood…

#8

Rachel Christensen, University of San Diego (USD)

Leading in-between Boundaries: Rachel Christensen’s Leadership Philosophy

#7

Elizabeth Dearborn Hughes, Akilah Institute, Rwanda

Educating Women for a Changing Planet

#6

Paula Cordeiro, University of San Diego (USD)

School Leader Preparation and Development in the Global South: A Call for the Inclusion of Private Schools

#5

Rachel Blum, Education Development Center (EDC)

Systems Transformation in Workforce Development

Two Talented Lead Teachers in Accra Ghana

#4

Heather Lattimer, San Jose State University (SJSU)

Dispatches from Finland:  Lessons Learned by American Educators

#3

Alan Daly, University of California, San Diego (UCSD)

The Social Side of Educational Change: The Importance of Relationships and Connectivity

#2

Michael Stark, Educators International (EI)

Moving in and Moving Out – Spreading Sustainable Literacy Solutions Around the World

#1

Ann Garland, University of San Diego (USD)

Improving School Readiness in Ethiopia:  The Data and the Lived Experience

Happy New Year!

Paula