Oregon Schools Superintendent Resigns, Leaving Governor in Charge

Oregon's state schools Superintendent Susan Castillo announced that she'll be quitting at the end of the month to take a job at a national education nonprofit, giving Gov. John Kitzhaber unprecedented control over education in Oregon because of a 2011 law that eliminated the statewide elected school superintendent at the end of Castillo's current, third term or at her resignation.
June 5, 2012
 

Oregon's state schools Superintendent Susan Castillo announced that she'll be quitting at the end of the month to take a job at a national education nonprofit, giving Gov. John Kitzhaber unprecedented control over education in Oregon because of a 2011 law that eliminated the statewide elected school superintendent at the end of Castillo's current, third term or at her resignation.

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