Rethinking Leadership

Richmond Times-Dispatch released a story  on November 15,2014 called “Number of majority-minority school systems is increasing in region, state and U.S.”  Chesterfield County Public Schools is approaching a milestone in respect to the changes in  majority-minority student growth. This is fueled in part by the steady growth of the county’s Hispanic population.  The school has seen its minority population increase from 33 percent in 2003 to nearly 46 percent in the 2013-2014 school years. The change in population is going to alter the way families are served, the way instructional leaders teach, and the way principals lead their schools. We must rethink leadership.  Each acting individual has to come up with strategies that will benefit all students, so no child is left without  an effective education.   Please take the time to read the article. It has great commentary from students.

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