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[PODCAST] Tell Your School's Story Ep. 5: 10 Years to Reimagine Education and Make School Hurt Less
Andrew Martin

In the fifth episode of Tell Your School's Story, Tim sits down with Dave Monaco from Parish Episcopal School in Dallas, Texas to discuss:

  • Parish Episcopal School's 10-year strategic plan to reimagine education and make school hurt less
  • How Parish Episcopal School creates excitement about learning
  • The importance of training teachers in mental health first aid 
  • Educating students to fit into the "complex global society"
  • How Dave uses his "From My Angle" podcast to communicate with Parish Episcopal's school community
  • And Tim and Dave discuss the joys of and trepidations about intermittent fasting

Listen to Episode 5: 10 Years to Reimagine Education and Make School Hurt Less:


More About Dave Monaco

Dave Monaco

Dave Monaco became Parish Episcopal School’s third Head of School in July, 2009. Dave has helped the school establish a national profile with innovative programs in leadership, STEM programming, and global education. Dave serves on the Boards of KIPP DFW, a charter school organization which prepares underserved students to proceed to and through college, the SMU Simmons Education Policy and Leadership Advisory Board and United to Learn. Dave is also a founding partner of the Center for Transformational Leadership, a partnership between SMU’s Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development and several Dallas ISAS schools.

 

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