Duluth school superintendent has no Minnesota license, is under investigation

Duluth school Superintendent I.V. Foster is on paid leave while he is the subject of an investigation. He also has been serving in the post without the required license from the state.
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Duluth school Superintendent I.V. Foster is on paid leave while he is the subject of an investigation. He also has been serving in the post without the required license from the state.

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