I'm interested in starting a discussion group here for anyone who works with K12 leadership. I'm in New York, so my country of interest is the U.S.
But if you are outside the U.S., let's talk. I have a hunch the comparison across national boundaries would prove interesting for us all.
Thanks ... Steve (new member, Jan 2022)
P.S. I've written a book, "Mismeasurement of Schools' Vital Signs," which Routledge will be publishing this spring.
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