Former schools chief becomes new champion of faltering Texas school

09/22/2003 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Retired Abilene, Texas, Superintendent Charles Hundley now works 12-hour days heading up the Crowell Independent School District, where cattle and pigs outnumber the residents. Hundley, a former Fulbright scholar, is overhauling facilities and teaching advanced history at the shrinking Crowell School, which currently enrolls about 291 students in grades K-12.

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