Iola superintendent to help garner interest in own field

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October 19, 2011 - 12:00 AM

Iola Superintendent Brian Pekarek was asked to help spur interest in his profession by the Kansas Association of School Boards due to an increasingly atrophic employment pool. 

Pekarek will spend Thursday in Topeka at KASB’s “Aspiring Superintendents Workshop” where he and two other Kansas unified school district administrators will address what KASB officials say is a projected lack of school superintendents in the state.

KASB Associate Executive Director Doug Moeckel said throughout Kansas education there’s potential shortfall as the existing professionals grow older and moved into retirement.

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