Photo courtesy of HUSDFour Hemet educators recently graduated from the National Institute for School Leadership’s executive development program. ■ By Alex Cass / Contributed The Hemet Unified School District doesn’t only want its students to continue their educational journey, it also encourages its educators to continue to broaden their knowledge. Four HUSD administrators recently graduated from the National Institute for School Leadership’s (NISL) Executive Development Program in California. This program is solely dedicated to strengthening an educator’s instructional leadership with the goal to raise student achievement. Rancho Viejo Middle School’s Principal Jonathon Workman, Tahquitz High School’s Principal Eric Dahlstrom, Diamond Valley Middle School’s Principal Robert Dominguez, and Director of Professional Development
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