A Black Woman Superintendent Tells
Educational Studies (CGU)
Education | Educational Administration and Supervision | Urban Education
This poem was composed from the interview data of a participant in a qualitative study on what it is like to be a woman superintendent. These are all her words. The author has rearranged them a little and added or deleted a preposition here and there. The author chose this method of representation to capture the superintendent’s original rhythms, images, and metaphors.
© 2000 SAGE Publications
Grogan, M. (2000). A black woman superintendent tells. Urban Education 35(5), 597-602. DOI: 10.1177/0042085900355009