Washington's Public School Principals Go Back to School at Georgetown's McDonoughBy
On Saturday, Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business awarded executive master’s in leadership to a new cohort of students: administrators from Washington’s troubled public school system. Based on McDonough’s existing EML degree curriculum, the program is intended to help principals and superintendents tackle complex problems in U.S. education. Paul Almeida, a senior associate dean at McDonough, talked with Bloomberg Businessweek about what school leaders can learn from the business community and the future of the subsidized program.
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