Darnell Goldson

Maybe By 2018?

Goldson: We’ve been deliberate and transparent.

Goldson: We’ve been deliberate and transparent.

Monday, June 27, 2017 - Eighteen people have applied to be New Haven’s next schools superintendent, in a process that began in 2016 and may now drag out until the end of 2017.

Board of Education member Darnell Goldson offered that update Monday night during the board’s bimonthly meeting at the L.W. Beecher Museum School of Arts & Sciences on Jewell Street.

Goldson, the board’s point person on the search process, offered the latest information that he had received from Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates, the Chicago-suburb-based executive search firm that the board hired in early June to help them find the next permanent leader of the city’s public schools.

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New Delays On All-Boys School, Superintendent Search

Joyner, Goldson at Monday’s board meeting.

Joyner, Goldson at Monday’s board meeting.

March 14, 2017 - As the end of the school year approaches, two administrative questions loom over the near future of the district: Will the city have a new charter school come this fall? And who will be hired to lead the district as its new superintendent?

Continued delays at the Board of Education mean that New Haven students, teachers, and parents will have to wait at least a few weeks longer for answers to both of those questions.

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