The COVID-19 pandemic has instilled such hardship and resilience in today’s teachers and students. COVID-19 has forced certain parts of the country to alter their schedules in order to maintain the health and safety of students, teachers, and their families. Nevertheless, schools today are bravely altering their instructional style to continue educating students with new resources and unique constraints.
Ken Heinz is a retired educator with 35 years of teaching experience. Now living in Weeping Water, Nebraska, he has returned to his musical roots and directs his church choir. He explains how schools are coping with the COVID-19 pandemic.
For those that have not worked in education, many confuse a school principal with the school superintendent. However, these two roles are very different.
Ken Heinz is a former principal and superintendent with 35 years of experience in education from Weeping Water, Nebraska, and he explains what role superintendents play in an education system.
The Career Path of a School Superintendent
Most superintendents teach for many years before they have the qualifications they need in order to become a superintendent. …
Educator for 35 years. Superintendent for 23 years. Located in Weeping Water, Nebraska