KASB’s 2019 Leadership for Tomorrow class begins workScott Rothschild
The first session of KASB’s 2019 Leadership for Tomorrow class meets this week with visits to Beloit USD 273 and North Ottawa County USD 239.
The LFT class of 27 public education leaders from across Kansas will get to know each other, hear from KASB experts on leadership and from Beloit and North Ottawa County school leaders. Both districts have been realigning school operations as part of the “Gemini” portion of the Kansans Can School Redesign Project.
The LFT class will meet at Beloit High School on Thursday and Minneapolis High School on Friday.
LFT gives board members, superintendents and administrators time to explore change theories and strategies, participate in leadership skill training and expand understanding of key education issues.
Through five two-day sessions, the class will visit local schools, hear classroom presentations and participate in class discussions of issues and challenges facing Kansas education.
Future sessions will be held in Coffeyville/Neodesha, Manhattan, Lakin/Garden City and Wichita.