A Top Dallas Schools Leader Is Sole Finalist for Cedar Hill Superintendent

The administrator who was supposed to help Dallas ISD create more specialty campuses is leaving after less than a year to take charge of Cedar Hill schools.Billy Snow, DISD’s chief of transformation and innovation, was named Cedar Hill’s lone finalist for the superintendent job during a specially called board meeting on Saturday. That district began looking for a new leader this spring after its previous superintendent took a similar job in Midland.Snow, 43, had only been in Dallas about eight months, where he was working on the district’s efforts to launch more school choice options, such as the popular single-gender campuses or STEM academies. He had been recruited back to Texas from the Shreveport area where he gained recognition for turning around some of Caddo Parish’s most struggling schools.  Continue reading...

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