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Interim superintendents must make job easier for next in seat

Sunday, April 27, 2014
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They enter school districts as fixers and calmers, with the charge of staying the course or executing a 180 or even blowing up business-as-usual. Regardless of the mission, these stop-gap school administrators are supposed to be smoothers, paving the way for the person who will take their place sooner rather than later....

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