"It's Hard to Raise America's Children Without Heart and Soul." Dr. Irvin Scott

In this conversation, Ed Post Senior Digital Manager Lisa Hollenbach talks with Dr. Irvin Scott, Harvard Graduate School of Education Senior Lecturer and author of 'Leading with Heart and Soul: 30 Inspiring Lessons of Faith, Learning, and Leadership for Educators," about his upcoming book, the intersection of faith and education, the importance of partnerships between faith and education communities, and the need for innovative educational leadership. Dr. Scott emphasizes the value of recognizing and embracing personal and professional identity, the power of singing and music in education, and the role of arts in fostering well-rounded, high-quality education for all students. Dr. Scott also addresses the challenges faced in education, including the politicization of curriculum and the need for individuals to get involved and advocate for equitable education, the role of nonprofits in education, and how organizations can contribute to the vision of educational change.

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