This morning’s edition of The Tennessean features a remarkable and well-researched story about Dr. Joseph, his experiences working in Delaware and Maryland and the road ahead in Metro Schools.
“If you want to work in big urban districts, you have to work in big urban districts,” [Prince George’s County Public Schools Chief Executive Kevin] Maxwell said. “And Shawn is really a fast learner and capable of grasping things on a pretty large scale.”
By all accounts, Joseph’s two years in Prince George’s have been a success, having led changes for the district that will help sustain student learning for years after he is gone, including a strategic plan that seeks to increase family engagement, outline what a safe school environment should look like and prioritizes retaining and training teachers and staff.
Read the entire story on the Tennessean website.