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Transparency Matters in Educational Leadership

We are continuing our series on leading Superintendents around the U.S. with Mike Leichliter, Ed.D of Penn Manor School District in Pennsylvania. Leichliter talks about his career path and the role community input plays in today’s administrations.

Mike Leichliter was named Superintendent of Schools for the Penn Manor School District July 1, 2009. He joined the Penn Manor staff in August 1997 as an assistant principal at Penn Manor High School. He served as principal at Manor Middle School from 2000 until July 2006, when he assumed the position of Assistant Superintendent for Personnel and Planning. He was a social studies teacher for the York City School District from 1991-1997.

Dr. Leichliter earned his Bachelor’s degree from Grove City College, a Masters in School Administration from Western Maryland College and his Ed.D. from Widener University. Dr. Leichliter and his wife, Mary Edith, have three children Noah, Maura and Sydney. Visit Dr. Leichliter’s Blog

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