Columbus, Miss. (WCBI)- Some long-time educators return to the Mississippi University for Women campus to teach the next generation. MUW Education Alums spent the night sharing their teaching experience with college students. Following a reception, the MUW Education Department hosted a panel of educators to talk about women in leadership, along with many of the challenges future teachers will face. One panel member, Jill Savely, who is the principal at Columbus High School says education has changed over the years.
“There is so much accountability for students and for adults in education right now and learning the things that we need to learn to be sure that we can be the most affective instructional leaders has been the biggest challenge.
The other panelists include Pat Perry, a 37 year educator and Dr. Jeanne Forrester an administrator in New Mexico.