For the first time, the Georgia School Superintendents Association has invited the Carl Vinson Institute of Government to provide governance and leadership training for selected administrators who aspire to become superintendents. Faculty member Phillip Boyle will lead a policy and governance session Oct. 16 through GSSA’s Superintendents Professional Development Program. He also is scheduled to lead a strategic decision-making course in January and present an ethical leadership course in 2017. In addition, GSSA asked the Institute to provide training in April for the association’s District Office Professional Development Program for aspiring school-level administrators.
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