Wednesday, March 12, 2014

from the Washington Post:

Virginia State Superintendent Patricia Wright to retire in May

Virginia Superintendent of Public Instruction Patricia I. Wright Tuesday announced that she will retire May 1 after six years in the state’s top education job and nearly three decades with the state’s Education Department.
Wright was appointed as superintendent in 2008 by Gov. Timothy M. Kaine, and reappointed two years later by Gov. Robert F. McDonnell. She also served as an acting superintendent under Gov. Mark R. Warner.

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