Five administrators to watch in 2020: Despite obstacles, these education leaders have had tremendous success

Dr. Francisco Escobedo, Supt. Chula Vista ESD

With the average tenure for both principals and superintendents around three to four years, the challenges that come with top K-12 administrative positions are many. But success bears perhaps the greatest impact on the civic and economic success of local communities, states and the nation at large when students leave high school and enter college and careers.

From implementing models for continuous improvement to taking on the task of guiding a district out from nearly a quarter-century of state control, these five administrators run the gamut of challenges and successes experienced by K-12 leadership.

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