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Study: More churn at the top in large districts

from Education Week

Running one of the nation's largest school districts typically comes with prestige and pay that draw would-be educational superstars, but also pressure and political complexity that cause them to burn out far faster than leaders of the majority of districts. A study published in the American Educational Research Journal finds in 90 percent of 100 California districts studied, 43 percent of superintendents left within three years — but 71 percent of superintendents left the largest 10 percent of districts, which include those of 29,000 or more students, during that time. more


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