State Superintendent Karen Salmon will stay on job until replacement is found

The Maryland State School board voted to keep the state school superintendent in her job “during these unusual times” if they can’t find another leader by July 1. “Rather than leave on June 30, she is willing to continue if our search is not completed by then,” said school board member Justin Hartings. Salmon, a former Talbot County school superintendent, informed the board she would not seek another four year term and the board had begun a search for her replacement. (Balt Sun)

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