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Your School, Your Student, Your Choice!. A well-defined culture is reflected in every school decision. . Your school’s culture is the shared attitudes, behaviors, beliefs, values, practices & ESPECIALLY the language of the administrators, staff, parents and students.

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Your School, Your Student, Your Choice!

A well-defined culture is reflected in every school decision.

Your school’s culture is the shared attitudes, behaviors, beliefs, values, practices & ESPECIALLY the language of the administrators, staff, parents and students.

Culture By Choice helps schools identify their “cultural signals”. We define the traits and vital behaviors that influence performance and drives results in order to make their students successful.

How can you influence the culture in which your child learns & lives?

6 Sources of Influence

Competing Forces of Influence

Jay Newman, PhD, Founding Partner: Jay has a passion for assessing talent and using the knowledge gained through that assessment for building highly productive teams. Through his years as a coach, teacher, and school administrator, Jay proved his extraordinary ability to get teams to work together like a well-oiled machine. His basketball coaching years, although short, exemplify his ability to get the most out of a team. His record of 107 wins and 7 losses sets a standard equaled by only a few high school coaches. He applied these same skills as a Superintendent and High School Principal. In every situation, otherwise disconnectedgroups of people came together to achieve things other schools only dreamed of doing. (For a more complete bio of Jay, please visit our website at www.culturebychoice.com.)

Is your influence helping or hurting your school’s culture?

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