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Our Point of View – Wearing boots on the job

When the oscillating device is hit with anything other than air, something isn’t right. It is when things look bad that we learn plenty about ourselves and about those who surround us. The pages of this paper have published a number of articles and op-eds about leaders in education administration. With changes at Ennis, Italy and Avalon and at our northern neighbors in Waxahachie, we have seen how critical those at the top can be for an entire city. School boards, who get paid with a handshake, had better not be people who are known for saying yes at every turn. They’d better ask the pointed questions and consider the options when decisions are being made. A doubting question can reveal the truth or a flaw in an issue. Ennis doesn’t have to look far in the rear view mirror to recall tougher times. Resilient people in administrative posts have, like cream…Read the rest of the story and more stories like this in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!




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