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Leaders To Learn From: ‘Real Education in Practice’

September 21, 2017 2:03

Education Week’s Leaders To Learn From is a singular event that draws more than 250 superintendents, district-level administrators, policymakers, industry professionals, and other education leaders to highlight excellence in K-12 leadership and share innovative and proven solutions to the challenges facing today’s public schools.

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