9 podcasts prove this superintendent is a lifelong learner and great communicator

"We highlight the people and stories that make the district great," Superintendent Travis Bracht says. "We have covered everything from students telling us about what they enjoyed the first week of school to a conversation about artificial intelligence with our technology director."

Why this superintendent calls himself an ‘edu-tainer’ in K12 communications

Superintendent John B. Gordon III leads Suffolk Public Schools in telling a positive story about students and staff in the face of political antagonism and racism, deploying social media—Facebook and Instagram, in particular—to keep the community informed and engaged in Suffolk Public Schools' achievements and activities.

Leadership shifts: 4 superintendents split with districts as others head for retirement

Superintendents for Hamilton Southeastern Schools and St. Louis Park Public Schools resigned suddenly as an Arizona school board voted its leader out after getting sued by the state.

One-on-one video podcasts help this superintendent connect with kids

Lewis Brooks, leader Shelby County Schools, makes it a priority to regularly highlight his students' and staff members' "interests and exceptional accomplishments."

Why these 2 superintendents encourage females to embrace the superintendency

In order for there to be more women involved in district leadership, it requires current and aspiring leaders to create a strong network of females who advocate for one another. And that's the mission these two have sought out to do in their own communities.

How Mt. Diablo Unified leader and his team are controlling the narrative

Frequent and enthusiastic communication is Superintendent Adam Clark's top tool in maintaining enrollment and combatting misinformation.

3 superintendents depart, a history-making hire and more relocations

In a historic hire, LaShakia Moore was named the first Black superintendent of Florida's Flagler County School District after two months of serving as the interim.

How (un)friendly is local press coverage of superintendents right now?

Superintendents can be easy targets for local newsrooms. On the other hand, musicals, sports and high-achieving students can provide some pretty glowing school press coverage for district leaders.

Why one superintendent doesn’t want to be the ‘smartest person in the room’

The growth Superintendent Jesus Jara is seeing in the Clark County School District is the result of building a leadership team that "can deliver on the mission."

2 more superintendents quit as several leaders switch school districts

After weeks of turbulence, it appears Ann Arbor Public Schools Superintendent Jeanice Swift is ready to resign from the Michigan district she has led for the last 10 years.

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