Oregon city's "lessons learned" on finding the right superintendent

08/25/2003 | Seattle Times, The

As the Seattle School Board starts screening resumes for its schools chief position, the Seattle Times says it can learn from Portland, Ore., where top candidates withdrew after a series of process missteps. Critics say Portland spent too much time looking for successful superintendents and not enough time on determining the type of superintendent the city needed.

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