Women superintendents find it lonely at the top

01/7/2004 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Although women make up approximately 75% of the work force in U.S. schools, they lead only about 17% of the nation's 15,000 school districts. As NCLB's mandates increasingly focus attention on testing and accountability, educators say women with curriculum-based backgrounds could be well-positioned to move up to the top spots.

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