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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

School board selects new deputy superintendent

School board selects new deputy superintendent; Mississippi school leader to fill vacant seat beginning July 1.
Gazette, 24 Jun 2009 (King).
Bonita Coleman-Potter, deputy superintendent of Jackson Public Schools in Mississippi, has been selected by the Prince George's County school board to become the deputy superintendent for county public schools, officials announced today.
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Coleman-Potter's school district in Mississippi has about 31,000 students. Previously, she served as an associate state superintendent in Mississippi's Department of Education.
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According to her biography on the Broad Superintendents Academy Web site, Coleman-Potter has a bachelor's degree from Tougaloo College in Mississippi, a master's degree from the University of Mississippi and a doctorate from Jackson State University.

(Posted 24 Jun 2009)

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