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Columbus City Schools
The Columbus Board of Education is
continuing its search process to find the next
Superintendent/CEO of Ohio's largest school
district serving over 51,000 students. Board
seeks a forward-thinking and collaborative
educational leader who has demonstrated past
leadership success in an urban-like setting with
a diverse student population.
Salary and benefit package will be nationally
competitive. Application deadline is August 11,
2018. Applications will be handled in
accordance with Ohio Sunshine Law.
The new Superintendent will assume this
position on or before January 1, 2109.
Please apply at www.bwpassociates.com and
electronically submit a resume, letter of interest,
& 3-5 letters of recommendation.
BWP & Associates, Ltd.
872 S. Milwaukee Ave, #221
Libertyville, IL 60048
To contact the BWP Search Team:
Dr. Debra Hill
Dr. Kevin Castner
Dr. E. Wayne Harris 540.761.1488
An equal opportunity employer
SEARCHING FOR OUTSTANDING
LINCOLN INTERMEDIATE UNIT
Job Location: 65 Billerbeck Street, New Oxford, PA 17350
Located along the Mason-Dixon Line in south central PA, Adams
County residents enjoy a small town atmosphere with nearby access to
urban hubs. Gettysburg, the county seat, is located just 39 miles south
of Harrisburg, the state capital. The outer suburbs of Washington, DC
and Baltimore are within an hour's drive from many communities.
Selection Timeline: Position Opens:
Friday, June 29, 2018
Friday, Sept. 14, 2018
Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 (IU 12) is a regional educational
service agency that serves 25 school districts and other educational
entities in Adams, Franklin and York counties in central southern
Pennsylvania. The agency employs 1250 full and part time staff and
has an approximate budget of $140 million. The agency provides
comprehensive school services to its customers.
The successful candidate will have demonstrated leadership experience
with a complex service organization and will possess entrepreneurial,
leadership, managerial and personal characteristics. Additional
selection criteria information found here (http://bit.ly/liuattributes)
* Shall hold a Pennsylvania Letter of Eligibility - proof of
qualification to serve as an Intermediate Unit Executive Director as
defined by Pennsylvania Code 49.142. Out of State Candidates- See
Qualifications here (http://bit.ly/liuoutofstate)
* Shall hold an earned doctorate (preferred) or an earned master's +
40 hours graduate study in Education (required)
Send or email a letter of introduction, vita, three letters of
recommendation, and documentation for the Pennsylvania Letter of
Eligibility to: Don Stevens + Associates, 109 South Heatherstone
Drive, Sun Prairie, WI 53590. A concise candidate questionnaire
will be emailed to every candidate to be completed, signed and
returned to Don Stevens.
Contact Don Stevens:
The position - The Chesterfield County (Va.) School Board seeks
an outstanding educational leader to serve as Superintendent of
Chesterfield County Public Schools.
The county - Chesterfield County Public Schools is an awardwinning division preparing every student for success. With more than
60,000 students in 63 schools, CCPS is one of the 100 largest school
divisions in the United States.
Application Process - Individuals wishing to be considered for this
position must electronically submit a cover letter indicating reasons
for interest in the position, a current résumé and three letters of
reference to Francine G. Bouldin, Executive Director of Human
Resources and Employee Services at Francine_Bouldin@ccpsnet.
net. Official transcripts will be required from candidates invited to
interview with the School Board.
Visit mychesterfieldschools.com to learn more about position
qualifications, the Superintendent Leadership profile, and the school
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Supreme Court Delivers
Fair Share Case Decision
This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court issued
a ruling on Janus v. American Federation
of State, County, and Municipal Employees
Council, a high-profile, fair-share case with big
implications for public employee unions, leaders, and K-12 talent managers in school systems across the country.
In a 5-4 decision, justices found that "States
and public-sector unions may no longer extract
agency fees from nonconsenting employees.
The First Amendment is violated when money
is taken from nonconsenting employees for a
public-sector union; employees must choose
to support the union before anything is taken
from them. Accordingly, neither an agency fee
nor any other form of payment to a public-sector union may be deducted from an employee,
nor may any other attempt be made to collect
such a payment, unless the employee affirmatively consents to pay."
According to NPR, "the decision reverses a
four-decades-old precedent and upends laws
in 22 states." Listen (or read) the hour-long oral
argument before the Supreme Court that occurred on February 26, 2018.
The plaintiff, Mark Janus, an employee of the
Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Service, wrote in an editorial for the Chicago Tribune that he "shouldn't be forced
to pay money to a union if I don't think it
does a good job representing my interests."
In arguing that being forced to pay union
fees was in violation of Janus' First Amendment right to free speech, his lawyers cited the 1977 U.S. Supreme Court decision
on Abood v. Detroit Board of Education...
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