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Administrators Complete Prospective Superintendent Leadership Academy
Posted on April 23, 2013

FOR RELEASE: TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2013

CONTACT Denotris Jackson, MSBA Director of Policy / Advocacy, 601.924.2001; djackson@msbaonline.org

CLINTON, MS –The MSBA Prospective Superintendent Leadership Academy (PSLA) has successfully concluded its first year.  A total of twenty-two administrators from 17 school districts completed PSLA requirements, thereby earning their Certificate of Completion, presented during the last class meeting on April 18, 2013.  “This inaugural class is an impressive group of future leaders in our state,” stated Dr. Mike Waldrop, MSBA Executive Director.”  He added that “The next class has a high benchmark to strive for but we know they will be up to the challenge.”
Academy graduates are:

“We could not be more pleased with the educational excellence and professional qualities exhibited by the Academy members,” stated Denotris Jackson, MSBA Director of Policy / Advocacy and PSLA Advisor.  “We are grateful for what they, along with the faculty, contributed to each class session,” she added. 

The MSBA Prospective Superintendent Leadership Academy is a professional development program designed to prepare potential candidates for the challenging position of superintendent in Mississippi’s public schools.  The Academy provides a minimum of thirty (30) hours of intensive study in the areas of the superintendent’s role; legal issues; state accountability and accreditation; ethics law; school board meetings; data-based decision making; school finance and insurance; personnel, community relations; team building; and governing by policy.

Dates for the next PSLA will be announced over the summer.
 

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