CoSN2021: Superintendents on Leading in Uncertain Times
K–12 school district superintendents have faced unprecedented challenges in the past year as they led their districts amid a once-in-a-century pandemic. They have had to navigate challenges around deploying remote learning technology and maintaining the health and safety of teachers and students. During CoSN2021, we spoke with superintendents to get a better understanding of how they led over the past year amid uncertain times, confronting technology challenges and finding solutions.
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Joe Kucera, Superintendent, Lorena (Texas) Independent School District
Mike Kuhrt, Superintendent, Wichita Falls (Texas) Independent School District
Scott Muri, Superintendent, Ector County (Texas) Independent School District
- Superintendents have had to be flexible and adaptable while facing the many challenges that came their way this past year.
- Virtual learning will become a permanent part of some school districts’ approaches.
- Superintendents are making technology investments that will carry forward for years to come.