Friday, September 7, 2012

Being superintendent one tough gig

Who would want this job?
That’s the question which keeps coming to mind after Tim McGonegal announced Wednesday he’s retiring in Febuary as Manatee County’s school superintendent.
After nearly four years on the firing line, McGonegal is 54 but looks more like 64.
A tough gig, being our school superintendent.
It’s interesting that Wayne Blanton, the Florida School Boards Association executive director, anticipates 35 to 45 quality applicants for the job if a national search was held.
Being a glutton for punishment better be one of their bona fides.

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