Md. To Seek Public Input In Picking Superintendent

BALTIMORE (AP) — The state school board is beginning its search for a new superintendent, and input will be sought from the public on what they want in a leader.

Nancy S. Grasmick retired from the job June 30. Since then, the board has hired a consultant to conduct a national search and named Bernard Sadusky as interim superintendent.

The Baltimore Sun reports that the board will hold meetings in different parts of the state to get public input, as well as offer an online survey.

Officials expect the search to take at least until spring.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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