PART 1: SCHOOL LEADERS MUST ADVOCATE: THIS MARYLAND EXAMPLE SHOWS WHY & HOW

NASSP presents SCHOOL LEADERS MUST ADVOCATE FOR EDUCATION: Michael brown was one of the first African American school leaders on Carroll County and is now President of the Maryland NASSP chapter. School climate and respect matters, as you’ll see in this 15 minute Part 1 interview with Mike which ocntinues on the next podcast to how the  Maryland NASSP President , advocated and won  a major change  in a law by working with legislators i to avoid what might have been a catastrophic difference affecting school administration statewide.

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