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DOCO School leaders begin training

Nearly 150 members of the Dougherty County School system attended Monday's leadership institute. (Source: WALB) Nearly 150 members of the Dougherty County School system attended Monday's leadership institute. (Source: WALB)
Superintendent David Mosely says it's all about creating a plan for the upcoming year. (Source: WALB) Superintendent David Mosely says it's all about creating a plan for the upcoming year. (Source: WALB)
During the two-day institute they go over last year's data and talk about expectations and goals for the upcoming year. (Source: WALB) During the two-day institute they go over last year's data and talk about expectations and goals for the upcoming year. (Source: WALB)
DOUGHERTY CO., GA (WALB) -

Students are still enjoying summer vacation but Dougherty County School leaders are preparing for the new school year.

On Monday nearly 150 leadership members began intense training.

During the two-day institute they go over last year's data and talk about expectations and goals for the upcoming year. 

Superintendent David Mosely says it's all about creating a plan so that all schools are on the same page. 

"We plan and develop a plan and we follow our plan. As a result of that plan we improve instruction for youngsters in our system and consequently youngsters have the opportunity to achieve, to learn and receive a good education and that's what it's all about," said Mosely.

Various speakers today talked about literacy, poverty and how to help at-risk children succeed.

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