Leadership preparation programs prepare superintendents every year to enter the profession. One aspect that needs to be incorporated into this learning is the understanding of when it's the right time to leave as many superintendents leave their current position every year for one reason or another. These reasons can range from being fired to career advancements to leaving the profession. Leaving at the right time is crucial for your career and the district. Lashway (2002) posited that almost a quarter of the superintendents serve less than three years, there are many superintendents leaving positions.
Radford, Karon; Roberts, Kerry L.; Sampson, Pauline M.; Vinson, Wesley; and Marshall, Ralph
"Superintendent Transitioning: When is the Right Time to Make a Move?,"
School Leadership Review: Vol. 11:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/slr/vol11/iss1/6
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