Seattle schools job offered to Maria Goodloe-Johnson

She's the candidate from Charleston, S.C.
She's the candidate from Charleston, S.C.

The Seattle School Board today voted to offer the job of superintendent to Maria Goodloe-Johnson of Charleston, S.C., after the other finalist for the job, Gregory Thornton of Philadelphia, withdrew from consideration. Another version of this story is here. An earlier profile of Goodloe-Johnson is here.


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