Leadership

Aligning District Goals to Drive Continuous Improvement

Tuesday, February 28 at 2 pm ET

Attend this webinar with assistant superintendent and education leadership consultant Dr. Jay Marino from the Decatur Public Schools to learn some practical strategies for administrators to establish a vision, drive change, and engage staff in the process of building a culture of continuous improvement.

Superintendent salary: How 3 states aim to cap the pay of top K12 educators

The most drastic proposal, from Texas, would prevent public officials from earning more than the state's governor. Another bill links the salaries of superintendents to first-year teachers.

One superintendent’s rocky road ends as school board battles rage on

Vickie Cartwright and the Broward County school board appear to have reached a $365,000 separation agreement after months of conflict.

Question of the week with ChatGPT: Addressing staff burnout

When a school loses some of its best educators, everybody loses. Learn from ChatGPT about how you can address burnout within your own district.

Question of the week with ChatGPT: How leaders can unplug and recharge

Introducing a new series, designed for district leaders, ChatGPT aims to answer some of the most pressing questions in education today. This week, you'll learn what it takes to kick your feet up and relax.

Leadership series: To this superintendent, every student has equal potential

Dr. Mark Penny, superintendent of Lincoln County R-III in Troy, Missouri, believes every student can find success in public education, no matter their circumstance.

Another superintendent steps down after butting heads with school board

Park Ridge-Niles School District 64 Superintendent Eric Olson cited "irreconcilable differences" with the board as the main reason for his decision to resign from the Chicago-area system when the school year ends in June.

Superintendent appears to be out of a job after 6-year-old shoots teacher

About an hour before the shooting, teacher Abby Zwerner texted a loved one to say she was worried because the boy had a gun but administrators had not stepped in to help, NBC News reported.

Leadership series: How this superintendent uses the power of listening to build bridges

At Mount Adams School District in central Washington, Superintendent Curt Guaglianone empowers his students, staff and parents to seek solutions from within to solve their own problems.

School board conflicts lead to exits of 2 more well-known superintendents

One high-profile superintendent said his school board relationship soured over his "efforts to protect students of all genders and races."

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