Muscogee County superintendent releases initial assessment | Education | Columbus Ledger Enquirer

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Muscogee County superintendent releases initial assessment | Education | Columbus Ledger Enquirer

After sharing his initial assessment and recommendations with the Muscogee County School Board during Saturday’s retreat, superintendent David Lewis has released his report to the media.

This week’s winter storm has postponed his news conference to discuss the 32-page report, but the Ledger-Enquirer has posted it on its website and publishes highlights here today.

The report comprises what Lewis calls four “overarching areas” that “must permeate the organization and guide its work.” They are:

• “Establishing a school system versus a system of schools.”

• “Creating a culture of deliberate urgency, high expectations and pride.”

• “Creating and supporting leadership for instructional improvement focused on learning.”

• “Establishing clear expectations and transparent accountability for all employees.”

“All constituents must see the system as one of excellence and equity,” he wrote, “one that offers each student equitable opportunities to achieve excellent outcomes and one that is recognized as a privilege in which to work.”

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