The chief academic officer leads the core business for a K-12 public school system. One of the keys to the role is the ability to work collaboratively with other members of the leadership team, says former Superintendent Ann Clark, a featured speaker at the District Administration Leadership Institute’s CAO Summit.
If you’re in the unenviable position of finding people to fill the shoes of some of your best former teachers, know that you’re not alone. Let’s take a closer look at why teachers are leaving their jobs, and dive into some ways you can beat the odds.
Join us for our CAO Summit, in Chicago from July 15-17. Our featured speaker will be Ann Clark, former Superintendent/CAO of Charlotte Mecklenberg and principal, serving all K12 grades. Ann brings valuable insight from her 35-year journey around the role of CAO, reminding you to stay steadfast to the “why” you do what you do.
Teachers and administrators often talk about software and processes as “jumping through hoops.” Successful edtech developers who pay attention to solving hoops generate goodwill among end users. “But what are the characteristics of a hoop?” asks Zach Vander Veen, former director of technology for the Hamilton City School District in Ohio.