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What Prevents Many Women from Reaching the Top Jobs in Education? A Pair of Veterans Tease Answers from Dozens of Others at Conference

[Video] Two Women Leaders Take Top Honors at AASA Conference (2:44)

Backstage interviews with the two recipients of AASA’s 2022 Women in School Leadership Awards: Sharon Contreras, superintendent, Guilford County Schools, Greensboro, N.C.; and Susan Field, assistant superintendent for learning services, Academy District 20, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Video filmed by Lifetouch and produced by Michael Ellson)

Women in Artful Leadership Addressed by a Veteran Trio in Conference Room of Eager Listeners

“Artful leadership builds on the innovative and creative talents of female leaders to challenge the status quo and open doors of opportunity for all students,” according to a joint statement issued at the AASA national conference Thursday by Carmella Franco, a retired superintendent, Maria Ott, a clinical professor at University of Southern California, and Ruth […]