Former Brookfield school superintendent tapped for Monroe job
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#1 Dec 29, 2007
Has anyone noticed that the firm that searches for new superintendants employs itself as interims?$600 a day for a caretaker? It seems a bit extravagant.
Wouldn't one think that the school management structure could survive without the added expense of hiring a former superintendant by promoting from within the existing system, and grooming assistant superintendants to take the job when the superintendants resign, are fired, retire, or move to other positions?
#2 Dec 31, 2007
Grooming superintendents from within is a simplistic approach to filling a complex position. Of course that is not a good idea even though internal candidates sometimes are best. The Board of Ed needs to find a good "match" both for themselves and for the overall school community. That requires a careful process and an intelligent decision.
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