A day before selection, three New Orleans schools chief candidates tout their credentials

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Mar, 2022

Orleans Parish School Board plans to make its decision Wednesday

One day before the Orleans Parish School Board plans to name the new leader for New Orleans public schools, the three finalists for the superintendent’s job answered questions Tuesday from the School Board and the public.

Candidates Avis Williams, Marshall Tuck and André Wright were asked questions that touched on their vision for the future, leadership style, diversity, equity and inclusion and how they would work to overcome major issues that students in New Orleans face, such as poverty.

The candidates were interviewed by the board earlier Tuesday. In the evening they attended a public meeting at George Washington Carver High School.

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