Where new superintendents should start when setting priorities

The first actions of new superintendents should be to evaluate and then allocate three resources -- employees, school time and funding -- based on the needs of the district's students, educational leaders Jonathan Travers and David Rosenberg recommend in this commentary. They advise that new school leaders examine how teachers are recruited, trained and retained by determining such things as how the district invests in teachers' professional growth.

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