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Howard County Public Schools Superintendent Renee Foose recently filed a lawsuit against her own school board. Among several complaints, Foose accused board members of interfering with her ability fulfill her responsibilities as superintendent. Kojo chats with Foose about the dispute and the challenges facing the county’s school system.
- Renee Foose Superintendent, Howard County Public Schools; @SuperHCPSS
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