Dr. Gerald Dawkins on the challenges and opportunities facing urban school districts.
Articles by Gerald Dawkins
As the competition heats up, the nation’s public school leaders must focus on creating a system of high-quality customer service for students and families.
In the wake of yet another school shooting, one former district superintendent shares three steps schools can take to identify and neutralize potential threats.
Why school leaders and educators must engage their students to stamp out bigotry, hatred, and violence.
The recent controversy surrounding the original Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” is fueling a conversation about student health and well-being in schools. But preventing student suicide is something schools should already be prepared for, says Dr. Gerald Dawkins.
The days of public school districts being the only option for parents to educate their children are long gone—and there is no turning back.
As we celebrate the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, one former superintendent reflects on what the famed civil rights advocate’s legacy means for schools.
With the number of protests and violent incidents growing as we barrel toward Inauguration Day, schools need to listen to students, keep them safe and ensure they feel heard.
Former superintendent Dr. Gerald Dawkins talks the first 100 days and how to get off to a good start.
Customer service has become essential to the work of school leaders. A new guide helps leaders implement great customer service.