Seattle has a hard time holding on to a school superintendent. But it isn't unique. It's a hard job with a very short tenure.
Like football coaches and baseball managers, superintendents face opposition and criticism from many quarters. This October conversation with 3 area activists is about the difficulty of finding a superintendent. Zithri Ahmed Saleem, director of education at Technology Access Foundation; Yalonda Gill Masundire, co-president of Community Parents For Public Schools, Seattle; Kimberly Mitchell is the Founder and CEO of Inquiry Partners. Steve Scher is host.
This is a program from Crosscut.com