CharterFolk X

CharterFolk X Vol 24 – Daniela Anello, Bringing the Power of Literal and Figurative Bilingualism to All We Do in Charter Schools

Español Good morning, CharterFolk. Today it is our honor to recognize Daniela Anello, Executive Director of DC Bilingual Charter School, as CharterFolk Extraordinaire. Anyone who knows the charter school world understands that our school leaders have to speak the language of excellence across multiple priorities at once. Daniela is that extraordinary leader who models for

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CharterFolk X Vol 24 – Daniela Anello, Trayendo el Poder de Bilingüismo Literal y Figurativo a Todo lo que Hacemos en Escuelas Charter

English Buenos días, CharterFolk. Hoy es un honor para nosotros reconocer a Daniela Anello, Directora Ejecutiva de DC Bilingual Charter School, como CharterFolk Extraordinaria. Cualquiera que conoce el mundo de las escuelas charters comprende que nuestros líderes escolares deben hablar el idioma de excelencia en múltiples prioridades a la vez. Daniela es esa líder extraordinaria

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CharterFolk X, Vol 18 – Christopher Mayes, “Getting It” in Ways that Advance our Entire Movement

Today it is our pleasure to recognize Christopher Mayes, Superintendent of Beatrice Mayes Institute in Houston Texas, as CharterFolk Extraordinaire. Like example after example of other leaders recognized as CharterFolk Extraordinaire, Christopher comes from a long line of educators committed to improving educational opportunity for the kids and communities who need it most. The organization

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CharterFolk X, Vol 16 – Jerel Bryant, Bringing the Best to Students by Knowing a Community Well

Good morning, CharterFolk. Today it is my great pleasure to recognize Jerel Bryant, Principal of G.W. Carver High School in New Orleans, Louisiana as CharterFolk Extraordinaire. Word about Jerel’s extraordinary leadership has been getting around. Earlier this fall, Jerel was recognized as Louisiana’s High School Principal of the Year. In February, he was recognized by

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