That decision day was Friday the 13th was not lost on many observers, but superstitions be damned. Board members held a civil and thoughtful discussion on the first motion of the morning made by Tyese Hunter, who called for hiring Joseph, the deputy superintendent at the Prince George’s County, Md., public schools.
Fellow board members discussed his vision, his dedication to the classroom and his leadership style. They were clearly looking to the future.
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