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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A special master appointed by the state has recommended that state supervision over New London schools end after this school year.
The Day of New London reports (http://bit.ly/Zuwerw ) that Special Master Steven J. Adamowski recommended Wednesday that as a condition, New London should have in place a permanent superintendent. He says the city's Board of Education has decided to continue with the superintendent search it began this year and expects a superintendent will be in place by January.
Adamowski has supervised the city's school system and Board of Education since 2012. The State Board of Education voted earlier this year to extend the state's involvement in New London through next June.
The city Board of Education rescinded an offer to a superintendent candidate over accusations he falsely claimed a doctorate and other problems.
Information from: The Day, http://www.theday.com
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