Academic Leadership Journal


K. Roberts


In the world in which we live character is at the forefront. It’s hard to tell what is the truth as the lines have been blurred because of a word called “spin” and a person’s own mental justification for their actions. Daily accounts of superintendents and other school administrators are headlined in the media, whether mainstream media or specialized education media, about failures in character. What caused that superintendent or administrator to sacrifice their character? They relied on their reputation and became lax in their moral obligations and judgments.



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