Duluth schools superintendent on leave, investigation underway

WDIO reports the Duluth school board met behind closed doors late Monday night to discuss "possible allegations or charges" against the school district chief. Board members would not share any details beyond confirming the superintendent is on paid leave and an investigation is underway.
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WDIO reports the Duluth school board met behind closed doors late Monday night to discuss "possible allegations or charges" against the school district chief. Board members would not share any details beyond confirming the superintendent is on paid leave and an investigation is underway.

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