School Board members adopted a “leadership profile” based on that feedback earlier this month. BWP reported the input indicated the community wants a visionary team-builder with experience with diverse populations and an understanding of the district’s commitment to high levels of academic achievement for all students. An educator’s background, student-centered, dedicated, sincere and honest person were also desired, according to the BWP report.
BWP’s Debra Hill told the board Nov. 11 the district would need to make itself stand out in the “small pool” of candidates who would fit the profile, especially to find someone who has experience in a district of Madison’s size or larger.
“Lots of districts are looking for the same people,” Hill said. “The competition is much higher at this particular point.”
Notes and links on previous Madison Superintendent searches.
The Madison school district is planning a substantial tax and spending increase referendum in 2020. Perhaps these funds might support those requirements?
Despite spending far more than most K-12 school districts, Madison has long tolerated disastrous reading results.