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A new Kentucky home for Hudson superintendent?

Posted by Ralph Ranalli March 22, 2007 06:37 AM



Superintendent Sheldon Berman will meet with educators in Louisville, Kentucky Tuesday as the lone finalist for the top job in the Jefferson County public school district, officials said.

The district picked three finalists, but its web site said this week that two of them - most recently Martin Brooks, the superintendent of the Plainview-Old Bethpage school district on Long Island, NY - had withdrawn their names from consideration.

Berman, a former Massachusetts Superintendent of the Year who has been in Hudson since 1993, will meet with the school board for a second interview and attend a reception to meet with staff, parents, and community leaders. School officials in Louisville plan to make their selection final by March 30, with the new superintendent taking over by July 1.

-- Jennifer Rosinski

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