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In this Episode, Minority Trailblazer Dr. Dance shares;
- How he became one of the youngest Super Indentedents in the country
- How to obtrain trust from people you manage who are older
- How you create and sustain a culture of high standards and creativity
- and much much more
Information About Dallas Dance:
Distinguished as a vibrant and visionary leader, Superintendent Dr. S. Dallas Dance has united Baltimore County Public Schools students, staff, and the community into Team BCPS, a powerful force committed to producing globally competitive graduates. As superintendent of the 25th largest school system in the nation, Dr. Dance, whose tenure began in 2012, is responsible for overseeing the instruction of 112,000 students and leading and managing a $1.87 billion budget, more than 21,000 employees, and 173 schools, centers, and programs.
Prior to his appointment in Baltimore County, Dr. Dance served as one of three chief school officers responsible for the administration of nearly 300 schools in the Houston Independent School District, the seventh largest school system in the nation. Before his tenure in Houston, Dr. Dance served in executive leadership positions in Virginia that leveraged his expertise in curriculum, instruction, assessment, school improvement, and strategic planning.
Dr. Dance received his doctorate degree in educational leadership and a master’s degree in administration and supervision from Virginia Commonwealth University. He earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Virginia Union University.
Dr.Dance’s Favorite Quote
“To whom much is given much is required”- Unknown
Dr.Dance’s Favorite Book
Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren
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