Playing Politics: How to Do What You Have to Do Without Selling Out

Holly Elissa Bruno with Marilyn Moats Kennedy, Michael Smith, Sam Chaltain

Lying, conniving, manipulative behind the scenes, informal, maneuvers for power are found in education communities as well. It would be naive for any education leader to believe that these dynamics are not in play in their organization. Today our guests talk candidly about playing politics without being eaten alive or losing your soul.

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Episode Guests
While teaching journalism at DePaul University, Marilyn Moats Kennedy founded Career strategies. Author of 6 books and writer of several articles. Michael Smith is Superintendent of Tuscola Community Unit School District #301 in Tuscola, Illinois. Sam Chaltain is a DC-based writer and education activist, and a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Democratic Education in America (IDEA). The author or co-author of six books, Sam is also a regular contributor to Huffington Post and CNN.
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