The Pittsburgh Board of Public Education has requested “maximum community input” in its national search for a new superintendent.
“There is no more important decision we will make as a board than selecting the right superintendent for our district,” says Board President Sala Udin. “Community engagement is an essential part of this process.”
Former superintendent Anthony Hamlin resigned in October 2021 after the Pennsylvania Ethics Commission found that he had violated the state Ethics Act “with regard to travel expenses, accepting cash for speeches, and failing to make required disclosures of financial interests between 2016 and 2018,” reports TribLive. Dr. Wayne N. Walters has served as interim superintendent since then.
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