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Tag Archives: performance

It’s summer: Take a day off (access required)

In my former career, I worked for a CEO who gave his leadership team a short list of his expectations for the year. Making his expectations explicit and concise was a powerful exercise that helped guide the performance of those ...

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Md. theater group focuses on gay marriage issue

ANNAPOLIS — Is “8” enough to gain people’s support for gay marriage in Maryland? Mickey Lund, founder of the Annapolis theater troupe Dignity Players, certainly hopes so. He’s arranged for a staged reading of the play “8” on Sunday, July ...

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Students at UM Law re-enact the story of Michael Austin (access required)

The play’s main character begins with a question: “What’s going on here? This isn’t justice.” The line was written and performed as part of a class at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. Students wrote and ...

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Jeanne Allen: Maryland lags in support of charter schools (access required)

Maryland’s leaders boasts that the state’s education system is No. 1, a subjective assessment made by a news magazine based on factors entirely unrelated to student outcomes, such as money spent and teacher education. But The Nation’s Report Card this ...

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