Ken is a retired superintendent from Edina and runs a consulting company that specializes in superintendent searches and program and leadership support to school boards and district personnel. He has been a mathematics teacher, principal and assistant principal in middle school, curriculum director, assistant superintendent and superintendent for 14 years. He has 43 years in education, was National Superintendent of the Year in 2003 and has received numerous other state and national awards for his educational expertise and work. He is also currently active on several organizational and college boards. Ken holds a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in educational administration and education.
Articles by Kenneth Dragseth, Ph.D.
There are no strong schools without strong leadership. To be successful in their field, principals and other school leaders have several key areas they must address to help build a successful school. Some of these include: diversity, community engagement, closing the achievement gap and special needs students. Despite the importance of […]