Kentucky principals learn to become better CEOs
03/09/2012 01:54 PM
In the ongoing quest to improve education in Kentucky, business leaders are sending some principals back to school.
It’s actually more of a boot camp. But it’s aimed at making principals better CEOs.
The program is organized through the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and relies on donations from companies that “sponsor” principals to pay for the training.
The deadline for the next batch of principals to apply is Wednesday, March 14.
Here’s what they can expect to learn:
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