Selecting a school board president is as important a board
responsibility as selecting a superintendent, developing policy,
or adopting district goals. The board president’s primary job is
to ensure that the board, in cooperation with the superintendent,
effectively and efficiently completes its responsibilities “to
govern and oversee the management of the public free schools of
the District.” [TEC §11.05(b)]. The
points discussed in this presentation cover those areas of
leadership that are often overlooked, but must be considered when
selecting a board president.
.75 hours of continuing education credit
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