Story Credit: This story was originally published on Scholastic District Administrator under the “Down the Hall” column by Dr. Berger.
“The one issue that plagues education is excuses. If education is good for one thing it’s good for making excuses not to move forward, not to innovate, not to learn. And, as a parent that would concern me.”–Eric Sheninger
Eric Sheninger, Senior Fellow at the International Center for Leadership in Education, has become one of the most sought out voices in education and education technology in the U.S. as an award winning principal, blogger and speaker. Sheninger talksabout building-level leadership, the culture of change and term limits for principals. We even delve into local control issues and parent concerns. Press the link at the top of this article to listen to our latest interview!
Please connect via LinkedIn and Twitter to suggest interview guests and story ideas. If you are the idea you want to float…by all means connect and pitch me your perspective!
Dr. Berger is a global education media personality featured on the Core of Education, AmericanEdTV, in Ed Tech Review India and on RFD TV’s Rural Education Special. Dr. Berger also serves as Vice President of Education for RANDA Solutions an education software and data management firm named three times to the INC 5000.
As an industry personality Dr. Berger has interviewed Ministers of Education, leading voices like Sir Ken Robinson, U.S. Secretary Arne Duncan, AFT President Randi Weingarten and other global thought leaders. Dr. Berger is a guest lecturer at Vanderbilt University and resides with his wife and two children in Nashville.