September 8, 2010 at 3:02 am in The Daily Republic
Many superintendents who return for another school year are well established in their routine and well versed in their district’s policies, issues, academic scores and budget.
But that’s not necessarily the case for three area superintendents who started new jobs on July 1.
They have begun a learning curve in their pursuit of becoming informed about the financial, policy, academic and leadership aspects of their jobs. Continue Reading