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Dallas Chief Moves to Georgia

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Dallas schools chief Michael Hinojosa has been hired as superintendent of Georgia's second-largest district, the 100,000-student Cobb County schools, based in Marietta. Mr. Hinojosa, who headed the 150,000-student Dallas district for six years, takes up his new post on July 1. Dallas' chief financial officer, Alan King, has been chosen to serve as interim superintendent in Dallas.

Vol. 30, Issue 35, Page 4

Published in Print: June 15, 2011, as Dallas Chief Moves to Georgia
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