Kind Words from Others
Check out the kinds words below from some of our listeners and supporters of TheSchoolHouse302. We are always appreciative of your positive comments, and we share them here. Let us know how we are doing! Drop us your own feedback on our contact page.
“TheSchoolHouse302 is a unique blog on education and leadership best practices. The authors’ prolific writing on critically important topics is clear, practical, and purposeful. Joe and TJ have incredibly successful school and district office experience, which they are able to translate into relevant and useful strategies that ultimately benefit our students.
I look forward to reading each #SH302 post!”
~Dr. Steven Godowsky, former Secretary of Education in Delaware
“These guys at the TheSchoolhouse302 are the real deal! TJ and Joe are teaching us to be honest and candid as leaders. They have the technical expertise to connect with their audiences and their presentations are powerful. They not only show us what to do to be more effective teachers and leaders, but how and why, with real data! I have personally used their materials in my presentations around the country and we are now working together on a number of projects. If you want to start an education revolution in your district or organization, you should be calling TheSchoolhouse302 right now!”
~Salome Thomas-EL, Award Winning Principal, National Speaker, and Author of The Immortality of Influence and I Choose to Stay
“TheSchoolhouse302 is an excellent addition to my professional learning network and bank of resources. As a district leader who supports principals, I find the blog posts to be insightful, relevant, and timely. They provide a quick resource that can be shared or highlighted with my principals. I have attended professional development and sponsored professional development facilitated by Joe and T.J. Their approach of using models to capture concepts truly helps make the complex simpler. Their sessions are engaging and enlightening!”
~Dr. Amy M. Grundy, Director of Elementary School Operations at Red Clay Consolidated School District