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City Schools' Superintendent's Contract "Failures"

The initial stages of the investigation into former Monroe City Schools Superintendent Vidrine's alleged employee misconduct prompted the school board to have him retire. Now, Workplace South Chief Investigator Brian Blackwell states that there was no effort within the school system to regulate the cost of Vidrine's 2018 contract, as well as a lack of a clear outline of the board's responsibilities. Blackwell notes that Vidrine was in charge of his own pay without additional oversight, highlighting "significant failures" by the board. This phrase, more than anything else, will resonate with th...


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