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Time Well-Managed  

"The key is not spending time, but investing it," says Stephen Covey. This issue will look at the multifaceted topic of time in schools—how it influences educators' practice and the way schools are structured, and how education leaders can use it more effectively. We'll highlight time-management strategies to help educators become better organized and achieve work-life balance, and we'll explore ways schools can make time for what matters—by maximizing instructional time, prioritizing teacher planning and collaboration, adjusting the master schedule, minimizing "busy work," rethinking school start times, reconfiguring the school year, and more. 

Submissions Deadline: March 2, 2020

How to Prepare Your Manuscript

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  • Indicate the number of words in the manuscript, including references and figures.
  • Include your name, address, phone number, and email address at the top of the manuscript. Also include names and email addresses of any coauthors.
  • Include a two- or three-sentence bio for each author at the end of the manuscript.

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