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Who Are the Effective, Innovative Leaders Working in Your School District?

The Education Week newsroom needs your help.

Tomorrow is the last day for us to take your nominations for our next class of innovative, forward-thinking K-12 administrators for Ed Week's annual  Leaders To Learn From report.

With more than 14,000 school districts, and tens of thousands of leaders working inside those systems, we know the pool of talent in the ranks of district-level personnel is deep. 

But we need you to tell us who these folks are and what they are doing in their jobs to have a positive impact across a school system. 

So, please send us those names of district-level leaders by tomorrow, August 1.  (Sorry, no principals or teachers for this particular recognition.) 

And be specific!  Tell us exactly what your leader's good idea is and how it was successfully carried out. You can find all the information you need to nominate someone on our Leaders To Learn From website. Or you can email your nominees directly to me.

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