Metro schools begin new superintendent search

MPFIn The News

Officials with the Metro Nashville Public Schools took the first step in finding the district’s next director of schools when its Search Advisory Committee met for the first time Friday night.

The new search started on the heels of another that ended in July when top candidate Dr. Mike Looney decided not to accept the position and stay on as director of Williamson County Schools.

The Search Advisory Committee met for the first time Friday. The committee is co-chaired by the Nashville Public Education Foundation and Mayor Megan Barry’s office. It consisted of 17 community members with various backgrounds.

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