Henry Estoesta, commander of the 7th Army Reserve Center, Air Force Reserve Command; and School Superintendent
and Army Reservist Lt.
Eubanks said he had nothing against Jones, other than the fact that he was a school superintendent
. "I don't want to stereotype everybody in education, especially principals or superintendents, but it seems like we just weren't taking the steps necessarily to develop the leadership that we needed at the building level," Eubanks told the newspaper.
With a new school superintendent
taking over this fall in Houston, every one of Texas' eight largest cities now has a Latino running the school district.
AUBURN -- For nearly half a century, Auburn and Sutton shared a school superintendent
, until 1951, when Auburn decided to secede from the union.
An Americans United activist in Florida spoke out recently against a local school superintendent
's attempt to align his school district with a right-wing conference.
For school superintendents
, Ash, a school superintendent
and former teacher, and D'Auria, a former teacher and administrator who is associated with a nonprofit education organization, outline the components of a K-12 learning school system designed to create a culture of innovation and diffusion of best practices from small groups of educators to educators throughout the school system.
Publisher: AASA, The School Superintendent
Eugene's new school superintendent
, Sheldon Berman, will receive the 2011 Sanford N.
Little did Lewis know he was sitting next to the school superintendent
. Montford asked if he could pass the compliment along to his school principals and asked, "What is it you do again?"
But last year, when the school superintendent
of Pinellas County, Florida, proposed a later start time, parents concerned about kids' after-school jobs put an end to the plan.
"Your family does not meet the policies of admission," school superintendent
Leonard Stob wrote in a September letter to Clark, obtained by the Los Angeles Times.