The opportunity here is for the school system to make adequate progress toward an objective it has sorely failed to meet: diversifying the color of its leadership.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: April 25, 3:03 am)
Shelby County Public Schools is facing a rather rare opportunity that has emerged at even a rarer time – a situation so unique that school officials should find it compulsory to use the situation to its best advantage.
We speak of the five openings for principals – at Collins High School, East Middle and three elementary schools – that must be filled before the next school year, nearly half the principals employed by the district.
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