People Watch: Marana USD’s superintendent to retire
The Marana Unified School District in Arizona has launched a national search for its next leader after Doug Wilson announced that he will retire at the end of the school year. He has been serving as superintendent for 11 years. Prior to this role, Wilson worked as a teacher, coach and school administrator for almost 40 years in Kansas, Colorado and suburban Phoenix. Read more.
In other people news:
New York City School District 28 Superintendent Mabel Muñiz-Sarduy is beginning a new job as executive superintendent for Queens North. She takes over from Larry Pendergast, who transitioned to oversee teaching and learning for New York City’s school system. Read more.