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November 4, 2013

How I would improve the Salem schools



“Great organizations have one thing in common — great leadership teams. Therefore, my top priority as a member of the School Committee will be to ensure that we hire the right leaders, provide them with the tools to succeed and hold them accountable for improving the academic achievement for all our schools.”


“One of the district’s greatest responsibilities this year is to hire and train highly effective school principals. We need three or four for 2014-15. Excellent principals are absolutely critical, especially in turnaround schools. I will make sure our new hires have proven success elsewhere, urban experience and very high expectations of students.”

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