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RACINE — After a nationwide search, AASA, the School Superintendents Association, has chosen Racine Unified School District Chief Academic Officer Rosalie Daca as one of 20 accomplished women leaders from school districts across the country to participate in the first AASA Aspiring Women Leaders Program, according to a Racine Unified School District news release.

Daca was selected to participate in the AASA Women In School Leadership initiative called "More Than a Power Lunch: Building Networks to Support and Advance Women in School Leadership." The initiative was launched to help ease the impact of social barriers women face in ascending to the top leadership positions within school systems, and to significantly increase the number of women seeking and becoming CEOs and superintendents of schools.

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The 20 women chosen have exhibited professional excellence and a commitment to their work in the field of education. They hold a variety of different positions within the school system, the release stated.

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