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SCHOOL BOARD: Des Moines Uses Public Input

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6 months after Des Moines school superintendent Nancy Sebring resigned, the school board is considering public input as it searches for her replacement.

The board held a special meeting over the noon hour Thursday, to discuss the results of an online survey.

Nearly 1,000 people participated, voicing their opinions on desired qualities in a superintendent. These include being a strong communicator, knowledgeable about emerging research and experienced in district management.

Applications for the position will be made available on Monday.

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