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Wallington (N.J.) principal is named new superintendent

The Wallington Board of Education promoted from within and voted to appoint Principal James Albro as the new superintendent of schools.

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Muhlenberg (Pa.) appoints new superintendent

Dr. Joseph Macharola was almost at a loss for words. "I look forward to serving the community here in Muhlenberg," Macharola said to the Muhlenberg School Board.

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Luke Ontiveros named new superintendent of Snowline School District (Calif.)

The Snowline School District has named former assistant superintendent of human resources Luke Ontiveros as the district’s new superintendent.

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Judge rules Bridgeport (Conn.) Superintendent Paul Vallas removed from office

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Irving ISD (Texas) names acting interim superintendent

The Irving Independent School District’s board of trustees named Debbie Cabrera as acting interim superintendent at a special meeting on Friday morning. This comes after Dr. Dana Bedden vacated the position last week.

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Oklahoma City schools' Superintendent Karl Springer to retire

The superintendent of the state's largest school district says he is retiring. Karl Springer made the announcement at a recent board meeting.

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Fast-rising administrator takes Hernando (Fla.) school superintendent job

Lori Romano's path to becoming superintendent of Hernando County schools began with a plunge.

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Central NY superintendents' salaries, benefits up 16 percent

The salaries and benefits paid to 66 Central New York school superintendents rose 16 percent over five years ago, according to compensation figures the districts reported to the state. Combined, they will make more than $12.8 million in salary and benefits in the next school year.

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Broward (Fla.) Schools superintendent's 7-period high school schedule ruled violation

Broward’s school district has made great strides in complying with state class-size requirements, but one of the techniques it used — forcing high schools to adopt a uniform, seven-period class schedule — violated its teachers union contract, an arbitrator has found.

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