BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama city is seeking community input as it launches a search for a permanent school superintendent.
The Birmingham Board of Education appointed longtime employee Dr. Mark Sullivan as interim superintendent in May as Superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring wrapped up her three-year tenure with the city's school system.
Herring resigned to lead Atlanta Public Schools.
WBRC-TV reports the board has opened an online survey for input on the type of leader they’d like to see in the post.
The deadline for completion is Wednesday, July 15.