GREENSBORO, N.C. — Twenty-seven people from 15 different states want to be the next superintendent of Guilford County Schools.
That’s how many applications were submitted by the Wednesday deadline, said Allison Schafer, legal counsel and director of policy for the North Carolina School Boards Association. The association is conducting the superintendent search.
Next, the Guilford County Board of Education will get access to the applications in about a week. The board expects to review the applications at some point after April 12.
The school board is searching for a new superintendent to succeed Maurice “Mo” Green, who resigned to be executive director of the Winston-Salem based Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation. The board hopes to have a new leader in place by July 1.
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