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Portland, Maine, Gets New Leader

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James Morse Sr. has been selected as the schools superintendent in Portland, Maine, the state's largest district. Mr. Morse, who dropped out of Portland High School as a junior and came back to graduate in 1973, will start work in July. He is currently the superintendent of the Messalonskee, Maine, schools.

Vol. 28, Issue 23, Page 5

Published in Print: March 4, 2009, as Portland, Maine, Gets New Leader
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