Principals and their protégés from around the country participated in an inaugural event at Fort Leavenworth Nov. 13-15 to learn more about how the Army develops leaders so that they can become better leaders themselves, reports. Organized by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, the event at the Lewis and Clark Center’s Arnold Confernce Room highlighted the parallels found in military and secondary education. According to Dick Flanary, NASSP’s deputy executive director of programs and services, the seminar had been three years in the making. He said leadership makes a significant difference in secondary education...


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