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Franklin Schargel

Author & Speaker on Dropout Prevention, School Leadership, & Establishing High Performing Classrooms; Lifelong Educator

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 Franklin Schargel Biography

Franklin P. Schargel is an internationally recognized expert, keynote presenter, and training specialist on school dropout prevention. His career spans thirty-three years of classroom teaching and counseling, as well as eight years of supervision and administration. He is the author of 12 books on such important issues as preventing school violence, dropout prevention, at-risk learners, leadership and school culture. Schargel received the National Dropout Prevention Center’s Crystal Star Award. In addition, the International Association for Truancy and Dropout Prevention honored him with its “Program of the Year Award.” In 2016, Auburn University awarded him the “Auburn Hero Award” for his work in “reducing dropouts and for helping Alternative Education Schools.”

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Creating Safe Schools: A Guide for School Leaders, Teachers, Counselors, and Parents

Creating Safe Schools: A Guide for School Leaders, Teachers, Counselors, and Parents

162 Keys to School Success: Be the Best, Hire the Best, Train, Inspire and Retain the Best

162 Keys to School Success: Be the Best, Hire the Best, Train, Inspire and Retain the Best

Best Practices to Help At-Risk Learners

Best Practices to Help At-Risk Learners

Speaking Topics
  • Violence Prevention Workshop

    Students, parents and school staff want, need and deserve a safe learning environment and schools are supposed to be places where children are safe and secure. Yet recent headlines have shown the vulnerability of schools. Upwardly mobile parents had the incorrect belief that they were leaving school violence, drugs, and gangs and bullying behind. School violence had been happening in inner-city schools for a long time. Some people felt that since school crime and violence were confined to the inner cities and their ethnic populations, it was not their problem. Obviously, many were wrong. Imaginary boundary lines delineating the inner city, suburban or rural communities, whether school or societal, do not stop violence, gangs, guns and drugs. As incidents in Columbine, CO and West Paducah, KY indicate violence has occurred in rural as well as suburban communities. Who could have predicted a violent school incident on an Indian reservation (Red Lake High School in Red Lake Minnesota) or in an Amish community (West Nickel Mines School, a village in Bart Township of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania? It has taken place in colleges and universities (Virginia Tech, Oikos College, and the Texas Tower shooting). No community, large or small is immune. It is even taking place in foreign nations. School violence takes a variety of forms. This workshop will address school violence issues including bullying, suicide, gangs, and gun violence.

  • Leading School Cultures To Academic Excellence

    If we wish to improve schools we need to improve school cultures so that they support student learning, students, parents and staff. What do successful leaders of high performing, high minority, highly successful schools (“90-90-90 schools”) do to create a positive learning environment so that all students can and will learn? We sent surveys to the leaders of high performing, high minority, highly successful schools and asked them to identify what the school culture was before they arrived, what the existing school culture is today and what they envision the school culture will be in three-five years. This session is designed for all people desiring to improve their school culture including teachers, school support personnel, administrators, parents and community members.

  • Helping Students Graduate: Tools and Strategies to Prevent School Dropouts

    Today, over one-third of our K-12 students never graduate increasing the likelihood of their imprisonment, single parenthood, poverty and the use of alcohol and drugs. Yet the demands of No Child Left Behind, will inevitably increase the likelihood of children leaving school prior to graduation. Dropout Prevention is Everyone’s Responsibility. Educators realize that dropping out is a process and not an event. Few dropouts sail through their school career without problems. Most became at-risk for dropping out of high school long before then – some as early as the third grade. This workshop identifies 15 dropout prevention strategies which the National Education Goals Panel says are “the most effective strategies to help solve our school dropout problem. The workshop will not only deal with “what to do” but “how to do it” as well. Using the 15 effective strategies developed by the National Dropout Prevention Center and tools developed as best practices by some of America’s outstanding schools and programs, workshop participants will not only learn what to do but how to aid at-risk youth to graduate. The strategies have been recognized by the National Education Goals Panel and the United States Department of Education as “the most effective strategies to help solve our school dropout problem.” (NEGP Monthly, August 2001 and www.ed.gov/dropout).

  • Professional Development: Where The Rubber Hits The Road

    We know that we are teaching a visual generation. Thanks to video games, television, movies and the Internet, more of our students and our faculty watch and interact with visual stimulation. This interactive workshop focuses on the utilization of visual media to improve classroom performance.

  • From At-Risk to Academic Excellence: What Successful Leaders Do

    **Educational Leadership: Strategies for the 21st Century** There is a major concern in the United States about the loss of 2.2 million teachers in the next ten years; the rate of retiring supervisors and administrators will be greater. This presentation will focus on identifying the qualities that our educational leaders will need in the 21st century and how their leadership will impact on teachers, students, and parents. We asked 200 school leaders of high minority, high poverty, high achieving schools why they have been successful when most schools dealing with this population are unsuccessful.

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Franklin Schargel

Author & Speaker on Dropout Prevention, School Leadership, & Establishing High Performing Classrooms; Lifelong Educator

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Albuquerque, NM, USA
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Live Event: $5,000 - $10,000  
Virtual Event: $5,000 - $10,000

Franklin Schargel Biography

Franklin P. Schargel is an internationally recognized expert, keynote presenter, and training specialist on school dropout prevention. His career spans thirty-three years of classroom teaching and counseling, as well as eight years of supervision and administration. He is the author of 12 books on such important issues as preventing school violence, dropout prevention, at-risk learners, leadership and school culture. Schargel received the National Dropout Prevention Center’s Crystal Star Award. In addition, the International Association for Truancy and Dropout Prevention honored him with its “Program of the Year Award.” In 2016, Auburn University awarded him the “Auburn Hero Award” for his work in “reducing dropouts and for helping Alternative Education Schools.”

Franklin Schargel Videos

  • Franklin Schargel Hero Award Nomination
    We are very proud that our friend and colleague Dr. Franklin Schargel has been chosen to receive a 2016 Auburn University Hero Award!
  • Franklin Schargel on School Bullying
  • Eye on New Mexico featuring Franklin Schargel

Franklin Schargel Books

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Franklin Schargel Speaking Topics

  • Violence Prevention Workshop

    Students, parents and school staff want, need and deserve a safe learning environment and schools are supposed to be places where children are safe and secure. Yet recent headlines have shown the vulnerability of schools. Upwardly mobile parents had the incorrect belief that they were leaving school violence, drugs, and gangs and bullying behind. School violence had been happening in inner-city schools for a long time. Some people felt that since school crime and violence were confined to the inner cities and their ethnic populations, it was not their problem. Obviously, many were wrong. Imaginary boundary lines delineating the inner city, suburban or rural communities, whether school or societal, do not stop violence, gangs, guns and drugs. As incidents in Columbine, CO and West Paducah, KY indicate violence has occurred in rural as well as suburban communities. Who could have predicted a violent school incident on an Indian reservation (Red Lake High School in Red Lake Minnesota) or in an Amish community (West Nickel Mines School, a village in Bart Township of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania? It has taken place in colleges and universities (Virginia Tech, Oikos College, and the Texas Tower shooting). No community, large or small is immune. It is even taking place in foreign nations. School violence takes a variety of forms. This workshop will address school violence issues including bullying, suicide, gangs, and gun violence.

  • Leading School Cultures To Academic Excellence

    If we wish to improve schools we need to improve school cultures so that they support student learning, students, parents and staff. What do successful leaders of high performing, high minority, highly successful schools (“90-90-90 schools”) do to create a positive learning environment so that all students can and will learn? We sent surveys to the leaders of high performing, high minority, highly successful schools and asked them to identify what the school culture was before they arrived, what the existing school culture is today and what they envision the school culture will be in three-five years. This session is designed for all people desiring to improve their school culture including teachers, school support personnel, administrators, parents and community members.

  • Helping Students Graduate: Tools and Strategies to Prevent School Dropouts

    Today, over one-third of our K-12 students never graduate increasing the likelihood of their imprisonment, single parenthood, poverty and the use of alcohol and drugs. Yet the demands of No Child Left Behind, will inevitably increase the likelihood of children leaving school prior to graduation. Dropout Prevention is Everyone’s Responsibility. Educators realize that dropping out is a process and not an event. Few dropouts sail through their school career without problems. Most became at-risk for dropping out of high school long before then – some as early as the third grade. This workshop identifies 15 dropout prevention strategies which the National Education Goals Panel says are “the most effective strategies to help solve our school dropout problem. The workshop will not only deal with “what to do” but “how to do it” as well. Using the 15 effective strategies developed by the National Dropout Prevention Center and tools developed as best practices by some of America’s outstanding schools and programs, workshop participants will not only learn what to do but how to aid at-risk youth to graduate. The strategies have been recognized by the National Education Goals Panel and the United States Department of Education as “the most effective strategies to help solve our school dropout problem.” (NEGP Monthly, August 2001 and www.ed.gov/dropout).

  • Professional Development: Where The Rubber Hits The Road

    We know that we are teaching a visual generation. Thanks to video games, television, movies and the Internet, more of our students and our faculty watch and interact with visual stimulation. This interactive workshop focuses on the utilization of visual media to improve classroom performance.

  • From At-Risk to Academic Excellence: What Successful Leaders Do

    **Educational Leadership: Strategies for the 21st Century** There is a major concern in the United States about the loss of 2.2 million teachers in the next ten years; the rate of retiring supervisors and administrators will be greater. This presentation will focus on identifying the qualities that our educational leaders will need in the 21st century and how their leadership will impact on teachers, students, and parents. We asked 200 school leaders of high minority, high poverty, high achieving schools why they have been successful when most schools dealing with this population are unsuccessful.

FAQs on booking Franklin Schargel

  • How to book Franklin Schargel?

    Our booking agents have successfully helped clients around the world secure talent like Franklin Schargel for both live and virtual events for over 15 years. The team at All American Entertainment represents and listens to the needs of organizations and corporations seeking to hire keynote speakers, celebrities or entertainers for speaking engagements, personal appearances, product endorsements, or corporate entertainment. Fill out a booking request form for Franklin Schargel, or call our office at 1.800.698.2536 to discuss your upcoming event. One of our experienced agents will be happy to help you get pricing information and check availability for Franklin Schargel or any other celebrity of your choice.
  • How much does it cost to book Franklin Schargel?

    Booking fees for Franklin Schargel, or any other speakers and celebrities, are determined based on a number of factors and may change without notice. Pricing often varies between live and virtual events. Other factors that can affect speaker fees include the talent's schedule, market conditions, length of presentation, and the location of the event. The live and virtual event speaking fees listed on this website are intended to serve as a guideline only. In some cases, the actual quote may be above or below the stated range. For the most current fee to hire Franklin Schargel, please fill out the booking request form or call our office at 1.800.698.2536 to speak with an experienced booking agent.
  • Who is the agent for Franklin Schargel?

    All American Entertainment has successfully secured celebrity talent like Franklin Schargel for clients worldwide for more than 15 years. As a full-service talent booking agency, we have access to virtually any speaker or celebrity in the world. Our agents are happy and able to submit an offer to the speaker or celebrity of your choice, letting you benefit from our reputation and long-standing relationships in the industry. Fill out the booking request form or call our office at 1.800.698.2536, and one of our agents will assist you to book Franklin Schargel for your next private or corporate function.
  • What is a full-service talent booking agency?

    All American Speakers is a "buyers agent" and exclusively represents talent buyers, meeting planners and event professionals, who are looking to secure celebrities and speakers for personal appearances, speaking engagements, corporate entertainment, public relations campaigns, commercials, or endorsements. We do not exclusively represent Franklin Schargel or claim ourselves as the exclusive booking agency, business manager, publicist, speakers bureau or management for Franklin Schargel or any other speaker or celebrity on this website. For more information on how we work and what makes us unique, please read the AAE Advantage.

Franklin Schargel is a keynote speaker and industry expert who speaks on a wide range of topics such as Violence Prevention Workshop, Leading School Cultures To Academic Excellence, Helping Students Graduate: Tools and Strategies to Prevent School Dropouts, Professional Development: Where The Rubber Hits The Road and From At-Risk to Academic Excellence: What Successful Leaders Do. The estimated speaking fee range to book Franklin Schargel for your event is $5,000 - $10,000. Franklin Schargel generally travels from Albuquerque, NM, USA and can be booked for (private) corporate events, personal appearances, keynote speeches, or other performances. Similar motivational celebrity speakers are Jon Bergmann, Liz Dozier, Mitch Resnick, Ali Carr-Chellman and Mark Perna. Contact All American Speakers for ratings, reviews, videos and information on scheduling Franklin Schargel for an upcoming live or virtual event.

Franklin Schargel Speaker Videos

  • Franklin Schargel Hero Award Nomination
    We are very proud that our friend and colleague Dr. Franklin Schargel has been chosen to receive a 2016 Auburn University Hero Award!
    Franklin Schargel on School Bullying
  • Eye on New Mexico featuring Franklin Schargel

Franklin Schargel Speaking Topics

  • Violence Prevention Workshop

    Students, parents and school staff want, need and deserve a safe learning environment and schools are supposed to be places where children are safe and secure. Yet recent headlines have shown the vulnerability of schools. Upwardly mobile parents had the incorrect belief that they were leaving school violence, drugs, and gangs and bullying behind. School violence had been happening in inner-city schools for a long time. Some people felt that since school crime and violence were confined to the inner cities and their ethnic populations, it was not their problem. Obviously, many were wrong. Imaginary boundary lines delineating the inner city, suburban or rural communities, whether school or societal, do not stop violence, gangs, guns and drugs. As incidents in Columbine, CO and West Paducah, KY indicate violence has occurred in rural as well as suburban communities. Who could have predicted a violent school incident on an Indian reservation (Red Lake High School in Red Lake Minnesota) or in an Amish community (West Nickel Mines School, a village in Bart Township of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania? It has taken place in colleges and universities (Virginia Tech, Oikos College, and the Texas Tower shooting). No community, large or small is immune. It is even taking place in foreign nations. School violence takes a variety of forms. This workshop will address school violence issues including bullying, suicide, gangs, and gun violence.

  • Leading School Cultures To Academic Excellence

    If we wish to improve schools we need to improve school cultures so that they support student learning, students, parents and staff. What do successful leaders of high performing, high minority, highly successful schools (“90-90-90 schools”) do to create a positive learning environment so that all students can and will learn? We sent surveys to the leaders of high performing, high minority, highly successful schools and asked them to identify what the school culture was before they arrived, what the existing school culture is today and what they envision the school culture will be in three-five years. This session is designed for all people desiring to improve their school culture including teachers, school support personnel, administrators, parents and community members.

  • Helping Students Graduate: Tools and Strategies to Prevent School Dropouts

    Today, over one-third of our K-12 students never graduate increasing the likelihood of their imprisonment, single parenthood, poverty and the use of alcohol and drugs. Yet the demands of No Child Left Behind, will inevitably increase the likelihood of children leaving school prior to graduation. Dropout Prevention is Everyone’s Responsibility. Educators realize that dropping out is a process and not an event. Few dropouts sail through their school career without problems. Most became at-risk for dropping out of high school long before then – some as early as the third grade. This workshop identifies 15 dropout prevention strategies which the National Education Goals Panel says are “the most effective strategies to help solve our school dropout problem. The workshop will not only deal with “what to do” but “how to do it” as well. Using the 15 effective strategies developed by the National Dropout Prevention Center and tools developed as best practices by some of America’s outstanding schools and programs, workshop participants will not only learn what to do but how to aid at-risk youth to graduate. The strategies have been recognized by the National Education Goals Panel and the United States Department of Education as “the most effective strategies to help solve our school dropout problem.” (NEGP Monthly, August 2001 and www.ed.gov/dropout).

  • Professional Development: Where The Rubber Hits The Road

    We know that we are teaching a visual generation. Thanks to video games, television, movies and the Internet, more of our students and our faculty watch and interact with visual stimulation. This interactive workshop focuses on the utilization of visual media to improve classroom performance.

  • From At-Risk to Academic Excellence: What Successful Leaders Do

    **Educational Leadership: Strategies for the 21st Century** There is a major concern in the United States about the loss of 2.2 million teachers in the next ten years; the rate of retiring supervisors and administrators will be greater. This presentation will focus on identifying the qualities that our educational leaders will need in the 21st century and how their leadership will impact on teachers, students, and parents. We asked 200 school leaders of high minority, high poverty, high achieving schools why they have been successful when most schools dealing with this population are unsuccessful.

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