Boston Public Schools begins interview process for new superintendent

Boston Public Schools begins interview process for new superintendent

Candidates Brenda Cassellius (left), Marie Izquierdo (center) and Oscar Santos (right).


 

BOSTON — The interview process begins Monday as Boston Public Schools searches for its new superintendent.

Marie Izquierdo, the chief academic officer for schools in Miami-Dade County, Florida, will appear before several panels Monday.

She'll meet community members and school committees, as well as parents and teachers.

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Two other candidates, Brenda Cassellius and Oscar Santos, will also be interviewed this week.

The person who is chosen will replace interim-superintendent Laura Perille, who has been on the job since Tommy Chang stepped down last July.