School board approves new superintendent
by Staff Reports
04:10 PM, Tuesday, April 15
The Atlanta Board of Education Monday voted unanimously to hire Meria Joel Carstarphen as the new Atlanta Public Schools superintendent. Carstarphen brings nearly 20 years of experience to the job and currently serves as superintendent of the Aust...

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