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Cost of Minneapolis schools superintendent search looks to top $200K


The Minneapolis school board has paid $149,000 to find the district’s next superintendent, and the bills keep coming in, according to a breakdown of costs provided by the district.

The total cost is expected to reach $200,000, making the search one of the most expensive in the country in recent years.

Last week the board named outgoing Anchorage Superintendent Ed Graff its preferred candidate after a search that has lasted since January 2015.


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