To All Members of the Chicago Principals and Administrators Association:
It is a humbling honor to have been chosen by my colleagues to lead The Chicago Principals and Administrators Association (CPAA). I want you all to know I plan on bringing everyone’s voice to the table.
Recently a reporter asked me, “What do you say to members who say you don’t speak for them?” I told him that I’m running for CPAA President to get the voices of all members heard, including the ones who disagree with me. We don’t make good decisions when we ignore the voices of people with different opinions than our own. I encouraged this among my staff at Blaine, and I will continue to encourage all voices as President of CPAA.
We have serious challenges ahead of us that we all care about deeply, and we must put our differences aside and unite to address…
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