Duluth Schools Super Put On Leave

DULUTH, Minn. (WCCO) — The superintendent of the Duluth Public Schools is on leave after records showed he was working without a license.

The school board placed I.V. Foster on paid leave on Monday.

Board members would not comment on the investigation.

State law requires districts to employ a licensed superintendent. Foster’s expired in June, before starting his job with Duluth in July.

Foster reportedly applied for his license on Monday, so this could be settled soon.

Comments

One Comment

  1. Kevin says:

    On no no no…its ok. LIberals dont have to follow the required. They are all special. Say while he is off….can he come over and clean my house…or maybe clean my garage?

    1. @Kevin says:

      If it were up to conservatives, he wouldn’t need any requirements.

  2. Richard Cheese says:

    Give him detention.

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