School & District Management Video

Leading in a Pandemic: Superintendents Discuss Hard and Hopeful Moments

By Catherine Gewertz & Lilia Geho — March 11, 2022 10:09

These superintendents run school districts more than 1,000 miles apart. One in a rural community. The other in the suburbs. But as they discovered in conversation with one another, the heavy toll of leading during the COVID-19 pandemic and making life-or-death decisions about health and safety is a profound shared experience for them.

Catherine Gewertz was a writer for Education Week who covered national news and features.
Lilia Geho was the video production intern for Education Week.


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