The BHS principal who quit without another job in the offing says the school board needs to get serious about hiring administrators of color.
"Yet last week, Green, who quit without another job lined up, told Seven Days that the board had strung him along for nearly two years, and the trust between the sides had been irrevocably broken. In a district that has emphasized hiring and retaining educators of color, he is the second Black administrator to leave in the last seven months; former superintendent Yaw Obeng departed at the end of June for a job in Kansas City."
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