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Clark County's New Superintendent
Clark County's New Superintendent

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AIR DATE: October 1, 2010

After months of evaluating numerous candidates for the position of superintendent of schools, Clark County has made its decision. Who is the district's new leader? And what does the public think about the man who is expected to turn things around? We're joined by RJ reporter James Haug to discuss the decision.

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James Haug, reporter, LVRJ
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    COMMENTS:
    CCSD needs huge changes, not sure if it can actually be done. I want to know

    1. If the new Superintendent is going to support the money wasted to put all those administrators back in there positions, instead of hiring teachers who actually work with students.Or will he do the right thing and cut the giant over load of "middle management"

    2. Will he step in and get hands on with the teachers. Finding out what their real issues are, and stop listening to Area people and administrators.

    chelsea TystadSep 30, 2010 09:21:10 AM
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