Over the holiday break, my Twitter feed blew up with superintendents everywhere tweeting out the latest Newsweek article about the “Great Exodus” of superintendents from public education. Why? Because they know it and they feel it: To their very core.
When it first came out — and for a time following its debut — social media was fun. Given how negative it has become, though, it can be hard to remember those days.
When I ask the question it makes school leaders pause. And I mean really pause. Why? Because they are squarely in the middle of the culture wars (on top of a pandemic) and, well, it is exhausting. So exhausting that
There has never been a more difficult time to be a school educator. I am not going to take us down the road of why. We all know why and we are still living it.