Attacking the Achievement Gap in a Diverse Urban-suburban Community: A Curricular Case Study
by Allan Alson — 2006
In one of our conversations with Allan Alson, he shared his belief that superintendents need to be politicians before they can be educators. His story illustrates that political and educational leadership are inextricably linked, as he describes his 14-year focus on and commitment to narrowing the achievement gap while working tirelessly with his different constituents to bring them into the process.
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