The Reality of Being a Superintendent in 2022 – Crisis Management Mode

Today’s superintendents are facing an impossible job amid unprecedented political chaos and public dynamics. For over the past two years, they have had a difficult time doing anything but react and be in constant crisis management mode. From COVID deaths and frequently changing pandemic safety measures to state legislation banning concepts that have incited division among parents and educators, school leaders are feeling isolated and depleted.

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