Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

SCCPSS Superintendent Dr. Ann Levett Chosen to Participate in Fellowship for Public Education Leadership

Published on: 10/9/2020

​Twenty senior public education leaders, including SCCPSS Superintendent Dr. Ann Levett, have been selected for inclusion in the inaugural cohort of the Fellowship for Public Education Leadership, a 10-month leadership development program at The Broad Center at Yale School of Management.

The Fellowship for Public Education Leadership is a tuition-free executive leadership program for senior-level public education leaders from across the country who are dedicated to strengthening public school systems and the communities they serve. Fellows drive transformative work happening in urban school districts, charter networks, and state and federal education agencies that advances equity and excellence for all students.

The Fellowship will offer the opportunity to reexamine present and future challenges in public education and reimagine what is possible for America's youth through connections within the fellowship, engagement with School of Management faculty expertise and interaction with leading practitioners.  Fellows have been chosen for their unique perspective and experience as well as their demonstrated impact and results.  Fellows will convene for in-person sessions 4 times over the course of a 10-month program from June through March.  


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