Miami-Dade schools chief calls it quits after two years

12/30/2003 | St. Petersburg Times (Fla.)

Superintendent Merrett Stierheim will depart the Miami-Dade school system, the nation's fourth largest, when his contract expires in June. Calling the job "the mother of all challenges," the former Dade County manager will leave to his successor a divided School Board, the state's largest number of failing schools and a massive, change-resistant bureaucracy.

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