What If? Walking Just Paths in Educational Leadership

By Lori Driussi, PhD. (Passionate educator, wayfarer) Walking school hallways, my rubber soles catch on the linoleum in the way my “what ifs” catch on the constraints of a public system. There isn’t quite enough friction to stop my progress or imaginative musings but just enough to trip me up, enough to slow my pace […]

NEWS for the Walking Curriculum Community

Celebrate Earth Day, April 22, 2022, by participating in the 30-Day Walking Curriculum Challenge!  Join educators around the globe in taking learning outside with imagination and inquiry for part of the day–rain or snow or shine–for 30 days. Visit the event page to learn more and to register! Join the challenge today and help us reach our […]

The MeWe: Self-care as Collective Care. Imagining a Different Way for School Leaders

By Christina Velasco, Ed.D.(Leadership coach in San Francisco Unified School District) Systemic oppression sucks that creativity and imagination right out of us unless we intentionally pause and garner the imagination, hope, and resiliency to engage in social justice leadership. Given the often-unresponsive systemic and political context within which school leaders must work, the need to […]