Friday, April 13, 2007

Special educator named Seattle superintendent

Just hours after the only other finalist bowed out, Charleston County. S.C., superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson accepted, making her Seattle's first black female superintendent. Goodloe-Johnson started her career as a special-education teacher, then became an special-education administrator before moving on to district-wide administration.

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