superintendents

All Students Thrive With Proficiency-Based Instruction

This school chief stresses daily intervention, professional development and leadership.

Not Your Mother's Student Information System

Districts demand integrated solutions, in addition to parent portals and mobile access—all while saving costs.

SPECIAL RECRUITMENT REPORT: Hard Acts to Follow

It’s not easy when the previous superintendent has been a powerhouse reformer. This is the second in a two-story special recruitment report in this issue.

The Art of Hiring

Searching for a superintendent can be easier if school board members keep these ideas in mind:

SPECIAL RECRUITMENT REPORT: The Critical Task of Hiring a New Chief

The ins and outs of this tiresome process can be simple if you know these local and national options. This is one of two stories in a special recruitment report in this issue.
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Cash, Other Charlotte N.C. Superintendent Finalists Awaiting Decision

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg (N.C.) Schools board will meet in closed session later this week to discuss the three finalists for its superintendent's position -- a trio that includes Memphis Schools Supt. Dr. Kriner Cash.

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BOE Candidate, NJ Education Attorney Gina Damasco Offers Unique Skill Set

Versed in special needs matters, teacher contracts and construction matters, RHS grad Gina Damasco wants to give back to the NJ community she said has given her so much.

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KC School Board Makes Interim Green Superintendent

Promising that “turmoil and inconsistency will come to an end,” Kansas City Superintendent Steve Green agreed to a two-year contract today to become the district’s permanent leader.

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Chardon Superintendent Extends Stay With District

Chardon Local Schools Superintendent Joseph Bergant II is extending his time with the district.

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Baltimore, Howard Counties' Superintendent Searches Collide

By the time the Howard County Board of Education made its final decision this week to offer its open superintendent of schools position to Renee Foose, its only other candidate for the position, S. Dallas Dance, had already accepted a similar offer from the Baltimore County Board of Education.

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