The Duluth school superintendent has resigned following a more than two-week investigation.
The superintendent of the Duluth Public Schools is on leave after records showed he was working without a license.
The Duluth school has decided to use some unexpected money to help lower class sizes. The board voted 5-0 Tuesday night to add the equivalent of 6.6 full-time employees at the cost of $594,000.
The Duluth school board has picked its next superintendent, I.V. Foster of Illinois.