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Professional Associates

Professional Associates


The Akribos team of Professional Associates include a number of former superintendents, assistant superintendents, principals, university administrators and supporting professionals representing all phases of the contemporary educational endeavor.  These professionals are widely recognized and highly respected in their respective areas of expertise and professional practice.

Innovative Partnerships

Innovative Partnerships

The Akribos Group has entered into a series of innovative partnerships to expand and enrich our depth of expertise and service delivery in the areas of educational research, strategic planning and grant seeking education, programming and management. The individuals and institutions that we have engaged in these partnerships are nationally recognized and highly respected in their respective areas of professional interests and practice.

Professional Services
Guest Contributors

Guest Contributors

The Akribos Group has introduced a publication, entitled “Thought Leader” specifically designed to motivate, inspire, and support those who currently serve or aspire to serve in positions of leadership. We fully recognize the challenges confronting leaders in today’s professional climate and we are prepared to offer expert opinion and relevant commentary from highly acclaimed and seasoned professionals who have lived the leadership experience.

The Akribos Group

Akribos, a Greek term, meaning more accurately, more exact, and more thoroughly investigated, clearly reflects the professional work ethic and commitment that we have embraced at The Akribos Group. We are a professional consulting practice specializing in accurate and precise research-based solutions through strategic planning applications, innovative organizational design, expert leadership training and highly effective professional development services. The work of The Akribos Group is filtered through the lens of experienced educators and supporting professionals representing all phases of the educational endeavor. The Akribos team of Professional Associates, in conjunction with our innovative planning and research partnerships, offer a broad and diverse perspective, extending from the classroom all the way to the boardroom. These professionals are impeccably credentialed and highly-respected in their designated areas of expertise and professional practice and they recognize the critical need for projects delivered on time and within budget. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our professional team, innovative partnerships and the menu of professional services that we are equipped to provide.

We also invite your attention to our digital newsletter publication entitled Thought Leader, specifically designed to provide timely and informative content for those who aspire to or currently serve in various positions of leadership. Through this publication we are prepared to offer expert opinion and relevant content designed to inspire, motivate, and support your efforts as you navigate your own professional journey.

Thank you for your interest and we trust that you will enjoy your online experience with the Akribos Group!

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Blog - Akribos Professional Associates and Guest Contributors


Road Closed
What Gets In The Way of Moving Quickly To Serve Our Students? (Part IV)

John F. Kennedy stated, “Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education.” The quote is resonant, particularly in this time as since March of 2020, school operations and education delivery have been highly variable across our country. However, it is overly convenient to attribute our difficulty in getting timely supports to children solely because of the COVID pandemic.

Mon Oct 04 09:00 PM

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You Have Set Your Course; Is That Enough?

In my first two pieces as guest contributor, we focused on the urgency of what some refer to as the “twin pandemics,” social unrest and COVID 19, causing us to need access to high quality data to ensure we are framing the issues unique to each school system during these tumultuous times. In addition to having high quality data to frame clear problems of practice, it is essential each school organization consistently measure and build high-quality culture, as absent high-quality culture, little work benefitting children gets done.

Wed Sep 22 09:37 AM

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To Set Your Course, You Must First Know Where You Are (Part II)

In my last piece as a guest contributor, we covered the critical need to have actionable data to help our systems navigate through and beyond the COVID 19 pandemic. The title, To Set Your Course, You Must First Know Where You Are, applies to the following four data domains that we work in as professional educators...

Tue Sep 07 08:06 AM

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To Set Your Course, You Must First Know Where You Are

Business sector author Patrick Lencioni stated, “If you could get all the people in an organization rowing in the same direction, you could dominate any industry, in any market, against any competition, at any time.”

Tue Aug 17 08:22 AM

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Defining Moments for Educational Leadership

Educators have always acknowledged the problem of summer learning loss or “summer slide” and the resulting achievement gaps observed in their students.

Tue Aug 17 08:10 AM

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Maximizing Meeting Participation and Productivity: Is Everyone “Bringing It” to Your (Virtual or In-Person) Meeting?

By: Dr. Howie Knoff, Recognized Thought Leader and Akribos Professional Associate

Tue Aug 03 08:42 AM

5 Questions
Five Questions That Will Change Your Life

By: Dr. Kevin Elko, Akribos Guest Contributor

Tue Jul 20 08:27 AM

TEAM
“Team-of-Teams” Really Works

By: Grant Lichtman, Recognized Thought Leader and Akribos Guest Contributor What can a wildly diverse group of architects, engineers, educators, and district administrators teach us about how to transform the K-12 learning experience? Plenty. As I posted last week, I am involved in helping to design and build a new public middle school in Alamogordo, New Mexico. Our charge: build the best school in America and make it a core of the community. As I mentioned in that post, such an audacious goal would not be possible were it not for the most “obstinately visionary” (my new favorite hashtag!) group of district leaders I have ever worked with.

Tue Jun 29 08:52 AM