There's a new CEO, and my hope is that the culture will become more focused on retention and a more transparent means of advancement. However, that has not been my experience.
If you're looking for people with quirky personalities, they can be found. There are many, MANY dedicated people on board that will wow you with their creativity and passion. I love the focus on literacy, and that is where the most gains are shown in this network.
Too many of the top-level management are concerned with sounding diplomatic and moving people around like chess pieces. I know education is a business, but the hardest working people in this world (educators) don't want to feel like they're undervalued.
More of their leadership need to develop their coaching skills. There's quite an emphasis on this at the school leader level, but not much above that.