OKCPS to select next superintendent


The state's largest school district will select its next superintendent Tuesday afternoon.

The Oklahoma City Public School Board of Education has called a special meeting to vote on a new superintendent. The new leader will replace Aurora Lora, who abruptly resigned earlier in 2018.

Rebecca Kaye has served as interim superintendent since Lora's resignation.

The board appointed a four member committee to work with the School Boards Association to find a new leader. The district has seen 12 superintendents in the last 18 years.

The board is schedule to meet at 4 p.m. at Northeast Academy and will hold a public vote to confirm their selection. There will then be a short press conference introducing the new superintendent.

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