Getting on The Bus

As a school leader and educator, I can think of nothing more important than ensuring high quality instruction for students. This is not an easy task because there are all kinds of minds, and there is no "one size fits all" curriculum; thus, teachers have an incredible responsibility to reach all learners as they enter classrooms each day. It takes time, patience, expert strategies, a deep sense of accountability, and a firm commitment to equity in order to teach all children well. With this context in mind, I am sharing an article about learning differences which I recently wrote for The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity. Happy May Day, everyone!
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Wanda M. Holland Greene

Wanda M. Holland Greene is currently in her ninth year as Head of School. She is a proud New Yorker and a graduate of Columbia College, receiving her B.A. in English and Psychology. She earned her M.A. in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University. Wanda complements her work as an educator by serving independent schools and as trustee for Columbia University. She is a vocal performer (jazz, gospel, and soul), an avid reader, poet, and writer.

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