Articles

Blogs

    The Huffington Post (since October 2010)

 

Column (weekly/monthly):      

     Converge Magazine (July – November 2009)

 

   NAASP Principal Leadership Magazine (September – May 2012)

 


Published Articles:

 
American Association of School Administrators (AASA) – The School Administrator Magazine

    
     Wrought With Danger:  Being a School Superintendent is Scary. (August 2009)

     Always Know the Answer Before Asking the Question. (August 2008)

     Chocolate Milk Tastes Better When I Am Not Being Violated. (April 2008)

VIA – the enzine for educators, administrators, and advocates of arts integration

     Professional Development Means Developing as a Professional (April 2011)

 


Interviews/Featured Stories:

    
     District Administrator Magazine “Social Media Connects Administrators” by Jennifer Esposito (October 2009)

     The School Administrator Magazine “Superintendent Blogging” by Dr. Mark Stock (August 2009)

     MSNBC “Smart Blogging Can Boost Your Career” by Eve Tahminc ioglu (January 2010)

     Education Week’s Digital Directions “School Leaders Rely on Smartphones” by Katie Ash (June 2010)

     Academy of U “Interview with Superintendent Michael Smith” by Victor Yu (July 2010)


Podcasts:

    
     Twenty Minutes for Tech “Administrative Resources – PrincipalsPage”

 


Blogs Published on the Following Websites:

                 
     Austin American-Statesman
     Chicago Sun-Times
     Huffington Post 
     Reutors
     Sacramento Bee
     Wall Street Journal

 


Buddy the Dog Stories:

     
     Denver Post (syndicated) “It’s a Dog’s Life, and That Can Be Pretty Luxurious” by Marni Jameson (October 2009)

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