My wife works at a local school district. Last week, a group of teachers and administrative staff got together for an after-work social event.
I enjoyed spending the time walking around and talkng to different people. As I was talking to one teacher, the subject of the newly-hired school superintendent came up. Out of curiosity, I asked him, "Does someone have to be a teacher to be a superintendant?"
"I'm not sure, but I would guess so," he replied. "How can you lead a school district if you have never been a teacher yourself?