11.29.18: What’s missing?
IN YOUR LAST issue, you published a breaking story about a new superintendent having been named by the school board.
It contained the usual details: age, education, past positions and the like.
And now, you’ve got a full interview with the new super. It’s well written and it takes a closer and more personal look at her: her upbringing, her likes and dislikes, details on her family, lots of quotes about your schools and her hopes for moving them forward and fixing problems. It’s an excellent interview.
But I won’t let you run it…not the way it’s prepared here.
Why would I make you hold it? What’s the one critical element that’s missing?
You tell me.