Morgan Hill's superintendent choice riles Latinos and other parents

Friday, February 7, 2014

For the past year, Morgan Hill Unified School District has reeled from one controversy to another, from neighbors angry about a shuttered campus being reopened as a continuation school to bitter debates over opening two charter schools.

Now the board has stirred up more contention by elevating its former human relations chief to superintendent without seeking other candidates—a process some believe was rushed and secret and further cemented divisions in the community.

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