the values should be intentional, explicit and full of joy, said Aaron Brenner of 1 World Network of Schools, a nonprofit sharing lessons from kipp with communities worldwide (including a school in Israel; see student picture, right). If you want a culture that values innovation you need to identify the process that your school will use to manage. The thing about culturevalues, beliefs, behavioral norms, traditions and rituals is you always have to make decisions and behave in alignment, even in the 90 day countdown. But, as a writer, I don't have the necessary skills to do everything myself. Will there be a bootcamp or other introductory experience? In recruitment of teachers, in personal development of teachers, in training of teachers, there should be an emphasis in the alignment of the school culture. EarthLines Magazine, a unique full-colour publication for writing about nature, place and the environment described by Jay Griffiths as a deeply intelligent publication, by George Monbiot as a rare combination and much needed, and by Robert Macfarlane as a real point of convergence for many.
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In that article, Peterson described a school culture in which staff, students, principal, and community members are all seen as learners.
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