Data Reveals Massive Pandemic Turnover – Fears of a Superintendent Exodus

New Survey Shows Another 1 in 4 Leaders Expect to ‘Leave Soon’
A new RAND survey of over 350 school districts found more than a quarter of Superintendents across the country plan to leave their posts imminently.
“At a time when school systems and students most need steady leadership and stability, this level of turnover is likely to impact not just individual districts’ pandemic recovery efforts, but our country’s recovery as a whole,” Dr. Julia Rafal-Baer, co-founder and managing partner of ILO Group, told The 74.

This summary originated from a story produced by Marianna McMurdock of  The 74, a non-profit, independent news organization focused on education in America.