Does becoming a teenage entrepreneur sound like a pipe dream? The fact is that you can be both a high school student and a successful business owner. All it takes is courage, determination, persistent hope, and a little guidance from someone who's gone before you. In "How to Run a Successful Business While in High School," twenty-two-year-old businessman Jarrin Christopher Lawton addresses the key topics every entrepreneur needs to understand and draws on his own experiences to illustrate what to do and what to avoid. Learn how to: Operate a budget Market yourself using social media Gain support in your community Be successful in school and business Manage your social life More than simply offering get-rich-quick tips, Lawton examines the larger purposes of good business by emphasizing the importance of giving back to your local community. Developing this attitude sets you up for long-term success and helps build a better world that benefits everyone-you included. A great gift for any business-minded teen, this book not only reveals the opportunities available to you but also empowers you to reach for them today.
"Language Policy in Schools" provides school administrators and teachers a practical approach for designing a language policy for their school and for dealing with the language issues that confront schools, particularly those operating in settings of linguistic and cultural diversity. It can be used as a text in teacher and administrator preparation programs, graduate programs, and in-service and professional development programs. Special features include:
Successful educational leaders develop people, processes, culture, and structures in their schools. Creating Capacity for Learning and Equity in Schools provides a comprehensive guide for aspiring and practicing leaders to strengthen their capacity to create high levels of learning and equity. Chapters explore key theories and research, provide resources for developing personal and organizational leadership capacity, and guide leaders through a reflective process to help them link theory and practice. Hooper and Bernhardt's model for excellence and equity provides a pathway for educators to create and sustain learning communities in schools. Exploring three leadership approaches-Instructional, Adaptive, and Transformational-this textbook prepares and develops leaders to engage school communities through effective instructional leadership, data-informed decision-making, and a vision for learning and equity for all. Special Features: * Theory to Practice (T2P) Framework-A series of structured exercises help readers review and reflect on existing organizational practices and develop new action plans. * Case Studies-Encourage individual reflection and collective discussion on key leadership scenarios. * Examples in Action-Challenge readers to analyze new connections and leadership processes. * A companion website-Includes additional resources and tools for instructors to facilitate activities in the classroom.
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