Accused School 'Pooperintendent' Relieves Himself Of Duty After ArrestA New Jersey school official dubbed the "Pooperintendent" is now out of a job months after he was caught defecating on a rival school's football field.
Teacher Arrested For Asking Why Superintendent Got A RaiseDeyshia Hargrave, a middle school teacher in the Vermilion Parish school system, was videotaped being escorted out of a room and then wrestled into handcuffs by a city marshal on Jan. 8.
NJ Town Remembers School Superintendent Hit While JoggingA public memorial service for Robbinsville school superintendent Steven Mayer will take place Friday afternoon
Philadelphia School Superintendent Creates New OfficeOne of the first official acts of new school superintendent William Hite, is to create an Office of Student Services.
Political Watchdog Wants New Superintendent Contract Details Made Public"The problem, of course, is that Arlene Ackerman, the last Superintendent, got a big salary and a lot of bonuses and a lot of side deals," Committee Of Seventy CEO Zack Stalberg said. "And we're trying to avoid that."
Two Candidates Announced For Philadelphia Schools Superintendent 42-year-old Pedro Martinez, the deputy superintendent at the Clark County, Nevada school district, which includes Las Vegas, is one of the final two candidates for the superintendant position.
Philadelphia School District Announces First Finalist For Superintendent's JobThe School District has released the name of one of the two finalists for the superintendent's job. The first candidate to be revealed is Pedro Martinez.
Search Is On For Philadelphia’s Next Schools SuperintendentA search team is now in place, to help the School Reform Commission find Philadelphia's next schools superintendent.
Former Chief Of Philadelphia School District Heads NorthPhiladelphia's former CEO of the Philadelphia School District has a new job. Paul Vallas is taking over the reins in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Philadelphia School District's Financial Crisis To Blame For 1,300 Vacant Teaching PositionsIn three weeks, students in Philadelphia will be back at school, but the district still does not know who will be teaching thousands of them.