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Leaders To Learn From 2017: Recognizing Exceptional School District Leaders

April 19, 2017 1:49:34

Watch as Education Week recognizes its 2017 class of Leaders To Learn From — some of the nation’s most exceptional school district leaders. These leading-edge district leaders seized on smart ideas, executed them skillfully, and are seeing promising results for students and school communities. 2017 Leaders To Learn From include: • Trise Moore - Recognized for Leadership in Family Engagement • Sharon Griffin - Recognized for Leadership in School Turnaround • Joseph Williams - Recognized for Leadership in Educational Technology • W. Burke Royster - Recognized for Leadership in Keeping Students on Track • Walt Griffin and Jeanette Lukens - Recognized for Leadership in Gifted Education • Patricia Deklotz - Recognized for Leadership in Innovation • Jim Rollins - Recognized for Leadership in Managing Growth & Demographic Change • Chris Coffelt - Recognized for Leadership in Developing Teachers • Bilal Tawwab - Recognized for Leadership in Crisis Management • John D. Marshall - Recognized for Leadership in Equity for Students • César Morales - Recognized for Leadership in Literacy • Clyde McBride - Recognized for Leadership in Career & Technical Education • Dolores Gonzalez - Recognized for Leadership in Preparing All Students for College

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