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By Sheldon Harvey
June 2020
Vol. 41, No. 3
How he got interested in a career in education: I come from a family of educators. All four of my siblings became mathematics teachers. As the youngest child, I wanted to do something different initially. But as I continue in this passion-filled profession, I thoroughly enjoy what I do and would not have it any other way. Why he became a principal: I am a people person and a servant at heart. I am building on the foundation of those who came before me, and I want to help establish a foundation for others to build on. I wanted to have an influence at a different level and affect systemic change. Why professional learning is important to his career: I enjoy being a learner, and

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Sheldon Harvey

Sheldon Harvey is the Principal at Lewis Chapel Middle School in Fayetteville, North Carolina



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