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The district reinstated the assistant principal whose suspension and firing caused an outcry and led to events that prompted the resignation of the former superintendent.
The School Committee has tapped former Westborough schools chief Steven Dlott as its top pick, but has not ruled out considering other candidates as well.
The former Westborough superintendent also served in an interim capacity in Hudson.
At the request of Mayor Arthur Vigeant, former City Auditor Barbara Durand is reviewing the 2012 school budget.
The School Committee hopes to select an interim superintendent by the end of next week.
The former superintendent signed the agreement from Florida.
Building principals will be allowed to replace retiring teachers and staff, but still cannot move forward with new hires.
The superintendent, who resigned Tuesday night, issued a statement outlining accomplishments during his two-year tenure.
Hired two years ago, Anthony Pope had been under fire for his management style and other issues since early this year.
The board voted against school choice and in favor of a new teacher evaluation system during a meeting that lasted more than three hours.
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