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Unconscionable leadership void at O’Bryant School
Thomas L. Hayden writes: Overcoming many obstacles, the school now known as the O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science has produced highly accomplished graduates for almost 120 years. The prime reason for its success is the high-quality people chosen to be its leaders and teachers. To Superintendent Carol R. Johnson, I say: No more bull. We insist on an immediate return to previous high standards of quality and integrity, from bottom to top.