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Duncan Announces Funds for Managing Logistics for Emergency Situations to Save Jobs and Drive Education Reform
Learn how to deal with hostile and aggressive people who think they should be able to continue in the role of professional instead of reading the required script.
Using scientifically proven planning methodologies, the workshop guides participants in creating sound strategies for a variety of catastrophes caused by high stakes test prep. This best-practice approach to planning provides emergency managers and key officials with detailed data and tools that promote effective decision-making during a catastrophic testing event.
This workshop will provide enrollees with the best practices in risk and crisis communication and techniques for snowing media newbies covering education. The instructor will interact with you to help you develop your press release with individual plan components that make your district look uniquely committed to reform.
Using the Michelle Rhee Critical Incident Command and Disaster Recovery System (patent pending) workshop leaders will provide hands-on experiences in reacting to high stress-, limited information-, high ambiguity-, inadequate decision framed- situations required of teachers who expect to keep their jobs.
This one-day Boot Camp format provides intensive training on the basic concepts and principles of the Teacher Delivery System based on scientifically proven techniques derived from 7,348,958 tons of McGraw-Hill test scores and recommendations in editorials in the New York Times. This course is designed to prepare teachers for the upcoming Business Roundtable online certification exams.
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