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Journey of a Superintendent: The Piano

“Once to every man [woman] and nation, comes the moment to decide, In the strife of truth with falsehood, for the good or evil side . . .”  From the Hymn, “Once to Every Man and Nation,” words by James … Continue reading

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Journey of a Superintendent: Education – A Right, or Just Rhetoric?

Growing up in Kansas, my family, as perhaps many of your families, has long held the belief that a quality education system is a fundamental right we expect as Americans. A right that we have never taken for granted, but … Continue reading

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Journey of a Superintendent: Changing Our Constitution? Somebody’s Got to Say Something!

Some think of February as the month of love. Hallmark, florists, and Russell Stover keep us all on track to celebrate our significant others. Still, it’s also the month we honor past presidents, especially presidents Washington and Lincoln. And so … Continue reading

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Journey of a Superintendent: Providing Funding for a ‘Suitable’ Education

Winter storms mean many sleepless nights for school superintendents and their staffs. Making the decision about whether or not to have school in session brings criticism regardless of the end result. There are always good arguments on both sides. Earlier … Continue reading

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