most successful pathway to school change is strong and trusting relationships
among staff and administration. Trying something new to create a more equitable
classroom or school is a risk that requires a trusting and supportive

Scott taught 5th through 8th grades for 14 years. He co-organized,
directed, and taught in one of Wisconsin’s first multiage middle-level charter
schools, where he developed a curriculum of integrated arts and technology. He
has facilitated Developmental
 workshops and
consulted in middle schools for ten years. He lives in La Crosse, Wisconsin with his wife.

Ed. D., Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, California