Our Final show for 2018 – a reflection on George Herbert Walker Bush, changing norms, noblesse oblige, WASP culture and challenges currently ahead for Leadership in all systems. Hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks lead the discussion – featuring a fond farewell to our graduating Board Operator, Cheyenne Lord, who will be taking her knowledge […]
Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks along with doctoral students Katherine Chrusz and Jacqueline Evans-Turner as they welcome Jenine Kastner into the WNTI.org studio. Jenine Kastner is a Director of Special Services who works for Clinton Glen Gardner School District in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Jenine is also the Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant, Harassment Intimidation/Bullying […]
It’s the first show of the fall semester. Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks as they welcome new Mansfield Township Superintendent Anthony Giordano to the studio to discuss his visions and goals for the district. Use the media player below to listen to the program.
The only constant in education is change. In an increasingly technologically driven and complex world, our children need to be prepared for that constant change. Employers look for a employees with soft skills such as communication, curiosity, responsibility and innovation. Schools face the challenge of how to teach students the skills they need to be […]
Leadership Matters hosted a conversation with Fairfield’s Police Chief, Anthony G. Manna, Doctoral Student/ Superintendent of Fairfield Schools, Susan Ciccotelli, and Doctoral Student/VP of Brooklawn MS in Parsippany, Michael Nicosia, regarding the importance of School Security. Police/School relations, joint trainings, relevant security terminology, and available resources were discussed. Listen to the entire episode using the media player below.
On this episode of Leadership Matters: Municipal Leadership is a hard, sometimes thankless job in many New Jersey towns. This week, Byram Township Mayor Jim Oscovitch and Councilwoman Marie Raffay join hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks for a lively discussion about the challenges and triumphs of local governance, with a good dose of civic responsibility, common […]