After two years of nonstop crisis management, as many as 25% of superintendents will leave their jobs at the end of the school year. Incoming leaders will grapple with many ongoing challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, staffing shortages, student mental health concerns, school safety, and increased politization. In this highly pressured environment, thoughtful entry planning is more important than ever.
This a panel discussion with K–12 leaders explores best practices to prepare for the first 100 days of a new superintendency, including building relationships, using data to inform planning, and establishing a common district vision.
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