Recently Radnor Township School District Superintendent Linda Grobman announced her intention to leave the district after four years and work in the private sector.
She said she will leave by March 30, 2013.
Wayne resident Jerusha Conner is already thinking about the person who will replace Grobman. In a letter to the editor to Main Line Media News Conner writes that "an ethic of respect be paramount."
"Administrative turnover in Radnor offers a chance for board members to think seriously not just about how we maintain the academic excellence for which our district is known, but also about how we define Radnor as an exemplar of public education in the years ahead," Conner writes.
What do you think are important characteristics and qualities of Radnor's next superintendent of schools? Tell us below.
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