Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness

Dr. Laurie Heinz's Journey To Responsiveness, Episode 6, Special Series, Superintendents Who Love Outrageously, Part 2 of 4

September 15, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6
Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness
Dr. Laurie Heinz's Journey To Responsiveness, Episode 6, Special Series, Superintendents Who Love Outrageously, Part 2 of 4
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Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness
Dr. Laurie Heinz's Journey To Responsiveness, Episode 6, Special Series, Superintendents Who Love Outrageously, Part 2 of 4
Sep 15, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6

The special series continues with Dr. Laurie Heinz, fearless and courageous leader of the Palatine/D15 Schools, located near Chicago. Dr. Heinz's journey to responsiveness treks from her childhood in Chicago to being named one of the top 100 superintendents in the nation. She brings a diverse perspective to cultural and linguistic responsiveness (CLR) as a female leader with an Irish/Italian cultural background. Laurie checks all the boxes for loving and leading outrageously, leveraging her varied experiences over the years to what has quickly become an inspiring success story in Palatine. Episode 6 also provides another opportunity to hear a commentary from Dr. Hollie. This time he focuses on negative energy/resistance and how, during the racial justice reckoning, is not the time to be silent.  He shares some challenges with CLR in a few states (no names mentioned) urging all of us to cause "good trouble."

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The special series continues with Dr. Laurie Heinz, fearless and courageous leader of the Palatine/D15 Schools, located near Chicago. Dr. Heinz's journey to responsiveness treks from her childhood in Chicago to being named one of the top 100 superintendents in the nation. She brings a diverse perspective to cultural and linguistic responsiveness (CLR) as a female leader with an Irish/Italian cultural background. Laurie checks all the boxes for loving and leading outrageously, leveraging her varied experiences over the years to what has quickly become an inspiring success story in Palatine. Episode 6 also provides another opportunity to hear a commentary from Dr. Hollie. This time he focuses on negative energy/resistance and how, during the racial justice reckoning, is not the time to be silent.  He shares some challenges with CLR in a few states (no names mentioned) urging all of us to cause "good trouble."