ASBJ's sister magazine, The Executive Educator (1987-96), was designed to chronicle the actions, attitudes, and accomplishments of committed school executives. To continue the tradition, ASBJ presents occasional articles, in print and online, for and about our school executive readers.
Preventing Leadership Churn
The demanding nature of their jobs, an aging superintendent population, and relationships with school board members all lead superintendents to leave. School boards can make the top job more manageable. Be visionaries. Put your superintendent in a position for success, and he will put your students in a position for success.