Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Thankful for good leadership

See this article to understand how a system can fail (not an issue in our district). The key to a working district: “People in the organization need to understand government and management roles and the consultative roles of parents and the community,” says Kathleen P. Macy, principal associate with TeamWorks International Inc., an organization that counsels troubled school districts.

We have the good fortune of having many, many supportive constituents in the district that keep pushing for the best practice and support. Remember, people who disagree or object to what happens in our schools have the same objective as we all do, keep kids first. That is our common conversation and in respectful disagreement we can fashion better results.

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