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Smart and innovative district leaders have important lessons to share about helping students succeed. Tell us about the ones you know. Nominate them now.

Christopher Chatmon, Executive Director, Office of African-American Male Achievement, Oakland Unified School District, Oakland, Calif.Photo: Luanne Dietz/Education Week

Leaders To Learn From 2016: Nominations Open

“I think it’s important that people when they see good work that they nominate it, and that they lift it up so it can be celebrated.”

—Michele Brooks, former assistant superintendent, Boston Public Schools | Nominate today.

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Past Leaders

Over the past two years, we have recognized 32 education leaders for their outstanding contributions to their school districts. Hailing from states across the country, these leaders serve communities big and small, from rural Alaska to New York City.

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