Latest release of the Superintendent Research Project reveals only modest improvement in gender representation in the nation’s 500 largest school districts

A KPMG study finds 75% of female executives across industries have experienced imposter syndrome in their careers, which is a feeling of inadequacy and self-doubt that makes them continuously doubt if they are qualified enough for the job.

New regional data shows notable and significant geographic differences In concentration Of female superintendents. Despite comprising majority of state superintendents, women earn 12 percent less than male counterparts.

Washington, DC—Women comprise the majority of the education workforce—except at the very top. A new report from Chiefs for Change, a bipartisan network of state and district education leaders, provides a detailed, state-by-state analysis of inequities in education leadership and outlines solutions to help more women, and women of color in particular, become district superintendents and state ...

We’ve all heard the phrase, “it’s not what you know but who you know.” Let’s face it, most people hate the idea of networking. In fact, it's so unpleasant that a recent study, co-authored by Harvard professor Francesca Gino, found that people avoid professional networking because it makes them feel physically dirty!

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