Erin Kane sat down at her desk on her last day of work at American Academy and looked around the room. Dozens of photos from her career, framed diplomas on the wall, a stack of books about state education law, all sat untouched. The packing hadn’t begun yet.
It was March 30 and Kane was poised to sign a contract that day to become Douglas County School District’s next superintendent. The deal included a three-year term, $250,000 annual salary and a proposed start date of March 31.
Morning bled into the afternoon, and despite being happy with the school board’s final offer, Kane had not signed yet. Her day was instead filled with goodbyes and mentally preparing to box up her…
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