Hawaii Looking For New Superintendent

10/23/2001 | NYTimes.com

The Hawaii public school system -- the only state-run system in the country -- is searching for a new superintendent after Paul LeMahieu resigned last week. LeMahieu left the district after allegations that his personal relationship with a special-education consulting firm might have influenced the awarding of a lucrative contract to the company.

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