The 10 Things Metro Schools Needs to Attract the Right Stuff

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Following two months of brainstorming among members of a mayor-appointed advisory committee charged with gathering community input for making the second search for the next superintendent a success, the group on Friday released a set of guidelines to help the school board make the right hire.

“I think at this point we have to look not only at this person or candidate selling themselves to us, but as us selling Nashville to the candidate,” said Shannon Hunt, director of the Nashville Public Education Foundation and co-chair of the committee.

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