Urban superintendents no strangers to burnout

07/16/2004 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

Superintendents of urban district face myriad pressures, including 24/7 responsibilities and demanding school boards. As less stressful, better-paying private industry jobs tempt school system leaders to jump ship, districts are promising bonuses and staff assistants to entice superintendents to stay put.

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