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Superintendent Search: Finalists

March 17, 2011

The Rochester Community Schools has selected as their finalists Frederick Clarke of Albion, Geraldine Moore of Rochester, and Gary Richards of Imlay City.  You can click to review their resumes, cover letters, and district scores.

Next week begins the finalist interviews.  Rochester SAGE plans on asking about gifted education.  What questions do you believe we should ask?  Place them in the comments.

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  1. March 18, 2011 8:41 AM

    I believe it would be worthwhile asking Geraldine Moore the following question. It’s long, but if you can

    “I’m sure you would agree, the district has seemingly taken a very hard line against a Gifted and Talented Education in Rochester – preferring limited differentiation of students. In your role as Assistant Superintendent for *Curriculum*, it seems clear that you would have been the best one to advocate for a Gifted and Talented Program in Rochester.

    “Geraldine, you’ve also stated in your answers last week that the district is on the right track, and you’d like to continue the plan that was put in place under the current Superintendent.

    “Ma’am, my question is – if you are hired by the board for this position – does continuing the current Administration’s plan include continuing the hard line against a Gifted and Talented Program?

    “Alternatively, can we be hopeful that as Superintendent you would remove the roadblocks preventing a Gifted and Talented Program, or could we expect further delays and explanations of why it can’t be implemented?”

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