Richmond school superintendent part of leadership program in NY

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Richmond County Superintendent Dana Bedden has been invited to speak in New York City as part of a 35-member panel of distinguished superintendents.

The panel will speak about leadership in a challenging economic environment in March during an event sponsored by the American Association of School Administrators and McGraw-Hill/Grow Network.

It is co-sponsored by Dan Domenech, executive director of AASA, who is part of President Obama’s transition team.

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Craig Spinks
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Craig Spinks 01/26/09 - 01:01 pm
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Not a good sign for the AUG.

Not a good sign for the AUG.

justus4
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justus4 01/26/09 - 01:12 pm
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Dr Bedden was a great choice
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Dr Bedden was a great choice for this position and has demonstrated a high degree of knowledge in the education field. His skills & training is a valuable asset to any administration, so the RCSB needs to take notice. They better have a contingency plan, in case he gets snagged into a more high visible poistion.

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aaa 01/26/09 - 02:22 pm
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Meetings like that tend to

Meetings like that tend to spotlight good people. Don't be surprised if he gets a few offers out of this. RCSB better take notice.

SandyK2005
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SandyK2005 01/26/09 - 02:39 pm
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"Richmond school

"Richmond school superintendent part of leadership program in NY" ------ And as incomprehensible too..... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GmkjnL4EYw

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Riverman1 01/26/09 - 03:49 pm
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Geez guys, let the man go to

Geez guys, let the man go to a conference and be chosen to be on a panel without us thinking he is on the way out of Augusta. I was chosen to be on a panel at a conference once and did so badly after having a couple of drinks beforehand that I almost got fired from my present job.

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JohnQPublic 01/26/09 - 08:02 pm
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If he left I wouldn't blame

If he left I wouldn't blame him. Who wants to put up with the disfunction in Augusta? Why should he.

FedupwithAUG
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FedupwithAUG 01/26/09 - 08:55 pm
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Wonder how much taxpayer

Wonder how much taxpayer money is paying for this. Don't be surprised when Richmond county buys $500,000 in books from the meeting sponsors McGraw-Hill/Grow Network.

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ConsiderThis 01/26/09 - 10:17 pm
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Mr. Svehla, could you tell us

Mr. Svehla, could you tell us if any taxpayer money is being used to pay for this trip?

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