Not a Sprint But a Marathon

In her provocative new book, Who Do We Choose to Be? (which I recommend reading), Margaret Wheatley writes that “a movement is defined by the people willing to stay dedicated to their cause for a long time, those who takes risks, work hard, expect defeat, and still keep going.”  This sounds a lot like the mindset of Ohio’s public school superintendents leading the grassroots movement to provide their citizens with a stronger voice in shaping education policy in our state.  As one superintendent put it, “The work of the Ohio Public School Advocacy Network is not a sprint but a marathon.”

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