From the StatesmanJournal:
Salem-Keizer Superintendent Sandy Husk announced this
morning she has withdrawn from the Seattle superintendent search
"In my communication with people inside the
district last week, it became apparent that there are competing
approaches as to where the district should go and how it should get
there," she said in a statement.
" I do not feel like I am a
good match for that situation. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting everyone in
Seattle last week and I wish the best for the students, staff, board
Husk is still in the running for a second
position, which she has declined to discuss.
Well, will you look at that? I can hear the moaning all over town from the Times, the Alliance, LEV.
Tough. This process was a mess and the mega-control way didn't work well.
What this means, I don't know.