Governor Phil Bryant signed his first bill of this year’s legislative session. The bill was an amendment to last year’s appointed superintendent bill. According to the report below, “The original law did not go into effect until 2019, but some school districts with elected superintendents faced costs of holding a special election if the superintendent’s spot became vacant before then.” Now, with this new legislation in place, a new superintendent can be appointed if a current elected superintendent’s spot should become vacant. Read the report below for more details.



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