Balow named Fellow at Hunt-Kean Education Leadership Program
Written by jordanmckamey on July 25, 2019
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow has been selected as a Fellow in the Hunt-Kean Leadership program. The program is part of the Hunt Institute–a national leader in education policy. Numerous governors–members of Congress–and state education chiefs are alumni and board members of this program.
The Hunt-Kean Leadership Fellows Program is an intensive education policy immersion program for high-level state leaders focused on exposing Fellows to the best research and analysis on innovative policies and practices. The program also looks at other leaders direct successful reform efforts. Importantly–Fellows cultivate an atmosphere that explores different points of view.
Dr. Javaid Siddiqi–President & CEO of The Hunt Institute–states quote–“Superintendent Balow is a proven leader for the state of Wyoming and is nationally recognized as an innovator in education policy. She is an ideal candidate for the Hunt-Kean Leadership Fellows program and we are excited to have her as a Fellow.” End quote.