Mpls. school board puts contract talks with Paez on hold until Mass. trip is done
Sergio Paez may still become the next superintendent of Minneapolis Public Schools, despite allegations of abuse at a school in his former school district.
Contract negotiations are suspended until two board members return from a fact-finding trip to Holyoke, Mass., later this week and report back to the entire board on Jan. 12.
The district’s attorney will continue her investigation, but the board did not reverse its approval of Paez’s bid for superintendent.