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100: Ryan Jackson | How To Stay Excited About Getting To Work Each Day | Be Proud Of What You Do | As An Educator, You Are Changing Lives | You Never Know How Far The Ripple Effect Of Your Impact Will Go | It's Not About Accolades, It's About Impact: Dr. Ryan B. Jackson recently accepted a position as the Executive Principal of Mount Pleasant High School in Mount Pleasant, TN and was previously an assistant principal in an inner-city high school located in Nashville, TN. Before serving in a...

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Dr. Ryan B. Jackson recently accepted a position as the Executive Principal of Mount Pleasant High School in Mount Pleasant, TN and was previously an assistant principal in an inner-city high school located in Nashville, TN. Before serving in a leadership role, Jackson was a high school English teacher, where he started his school’s first AP Language & Composition program and revived a student-centered, student-produced school newspaper. Jackson is also the creator of the Competitive Teaching Model (CTM). That model formed the basis for Jackson’s successful TED Talk, A redheaded stepchild’s journey from underdog to advocate. You can learn more about Ryan by visiting his website at underdogsadvocate.com. Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Ryan's blog post describing the Competitive Teaching Model: https://underdogsadvocate.com/2015/07/04/teachers-have-you-discovered-the-power-of-the-competitive-teaching-model/ YouTube video called How Bad Was It. A High School Turnaround: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emZW-RXHJBM Ryan's blog post describing the Fit Leaders Movement: https://underdogsadvocate.com/2016/01/02/empower-yourself-fitleaders/ About EducatorsLead: Educators Lead is a podcast created to help launch educators into the next level of leadership. This show is for you if you are interested in educational leadership as an assistant principal, principal, superintendent, teacher or someone who hopes to be a school leader one day. Educators Lead offers inspiration and practical advice to help you lead more effectively. Jay Willis interviews school leaders weekly to discuss why and when these educators made the decision to move into school leadership, challenges along the journey, and stories that made it all worthwhile. Educators Lead is a great resource for any educator looking to make a greater impact. Educate. Inspire. Lead. http://www.educatorslead.com

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