Menu

Alan Ingram

alan.ingram@cox.net

All Articles

Stephanie Hirsh offers an example of leadership in action

By Alan Ingram | December 1, 2018

As I’ve served on the board of trustees for Learning Forward, and particularly over the last 12 months as president, I’ve had a wonderful opportunity to work side by side with our executive director. As you know, Stephanie Hirsh will soon be taking a transition step, so I’d like to share my gratitude for her […]

A vision for equity in schools starts at the top

By Alan Ingram | November 1, 2018

Hey, that’s not fair!” It’s a credo repeated righteously on play scapes or amongst young siblings regularly. Unfair treatment, even at that early age, stirs a visceral reaction no matter who’s involved. And while the consequences of inequitable treatment may be as benign as an extra turn on the swing or a more lenient bedtime, […]

A vision for equity starts at the top

By Alan Ingram | October 1, 2018

“Hey, that’s not fair!” It’s a credo repeated righteously on play scapes or amongst young siblings regularly. Unfair treatment, even at that early age, stirs a visceral reaction no matter who’s involved. And while the consequences of inequitable treatment may be as benign as an extra turn on the swing or a more lenient bedtime, the […]

Lessons Learned In The Military Apply To Education, Too

By Alan Ingram | April 1, 2018

We can learn a lot by being intentional in our efforts to reflect on our work. I’ve spent much of my career engaged in professional learning to build the capacity of individuals, learning teams, schools, districts, and a state education agency’s impact in the field. In addition to my experience as a federal programs director, […]

Being Forward

By Alan Ingram | February 1, 2018

I’m honored to serve on the Learning Forward board of trustees and excited to serve this year as president. Learning Forward is the premiere professional learning organization dedicated to improving the practice of all educators that leads to better results for students. The importance of our work as an organization is best illustrated in this […]