School & District Management Video

Leaders To Learn From: ‘Who Do I Need to Nominate?’

May 13, 2016 0:37

Every year, Education Week produces a one-of-a-kind report with profiles of some of the most exceptional leaders working in school districts. Education Week needs your help finding these outstanding leaders. Your summer assignment is to let us in on who the leaders are in your districts making a major impact on students’ lives.

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