Former S.D. School Superintendent Shares Thoughts on New School Board
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
It's been almost a year since former San Diego school superintendent Carl Cohn stepped down as the district's education leader. His abrupt departure surprised the school community because he had a year left on his contract. Superintendent Terry Grier has since taken his position. Cohn still lives in San Diego and has managed to stay away from the media spotlight. KPBS Education Reporter Ana Tintocalis recently sat down with him to talk about San Diego's recent school board election in which three of five trustees have formed a new board majority.
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