There are lots of postings and many for HEAD jobs say things like "strong admin and community support". But knowing some of the programs, they have very low numbers. So, my philosophical question is, if the community does not have their kids in the program(s), doesn't that mean that the community actually does NOT support the program(s)? The line of logic is that a program can have all of the funds and cheering in the world, but if the community will not support the program by motivating their own kid to be in......does it really mean they are "supported"?
I'm sure many of you have examples for and against this, but I think this is a good talk point: POST COVID world. To be honest, I'm not sure how I really feel about this.....just thinking.