There is work to be done, but progress has been made.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at 2:00 am (Updated: July 25, 2:01 am)
We have on more than one occasion focused on the lack of diversity in leadership of public education in Shelby County and have been frustrated by what we see as a homogenization that does disservice to the diversity of students in our 10 schools.
It is not our intent to offer a backhanded compliment – because there is work to do on this issue – but we were pleased to see progress in the latest round of hiring of principals and assistants.
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