He has frequently published in professional journals, speaks across the country to a variety of organizations, and has keynoted most major educational conferences in Illinois. Jim Burgett is known for his practical leadership. He consults many districts, leads strategic planning sessions, and has been a leader in such areas as school construction, administrative standards, and effective teaching strategies. Jim Burgett's wife, Barbara, is a medical records specialist for a senior citizen service complex in Highland. Jim and Barb have three children and five grand children.
Their oldest child is Stacey, is a nurse-administrator at an area hospital. She is married to Brian Zobrist, a medical technician. Stacey and Brian have three children, Rachel, Andrew, and Grace. The second daughter is Jennifer, a former high school Spanish teacher. Her husband Mike is a Regional Specialist for a communications hardware company.
Jennifer and Mike have two children, Nick and Paige. The youngest Burgett child is Doug, recently graduated from the University of Illinois as a graphic artist in computers and media. Words: 15, Language: English. Published: January 18, by Gordon Burgett. It's not an option. It's absolutely necessary for a school leader who wants a school of excellence that accomplishes the one universal vision for all schools: "To provide the best educational opportunities possible, within the resources available.
Climb aboard--and hold on! Words: 11, Published: August 11, by Gordon Burgett.
What do others expect of them—others like kids, teachers, parents, the tax-paying public, their superintendent, and the school board? It is condensed from The School Principals' Toolbook Words: 82, Published: September 11, by Gordon Burgett.
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