How to lead when the path isn’t clear

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Image for aesthetic effect only - 04-16-webinar-thumbnail During the last few weeks, teaching and learning have dramatically changed in schools and districts across the country. Superintendents, principals, and other leaders on the front lines are making decisions that impact teachers, support staff, parents, and students. Although the path isn’t always clear, choices have to be made quickly. Join us as we hear national, district, and school-level leaders describe how they are working hard to ensure teaching and learning continues.   Participants will: Better understand the types of challenges district and building leaders are facing as well as the strategies leaders are employing to overcome them; Explore the resources leaders are using to address the current crisis and support teaching and learning in their systems; and Understand strategies leaders are using to support

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