The Dekalb County Board of Education is looking for  a permanent superintendent for the DeKalb County School System. The search has been narrowed down to three candidates: Dr. Gloria Davis, Superintendent of Decatur (Illinois) Public Schools, Arthur R. Culver, Superintendent of Champaign (Illinois) Community Unit School District #4, and Dr. Lillie Cox, Superintendent of Hickory (North Carolina) Public Schools. One of the three candidates will eventually replace former superintendent Crawford Lewis who resigned early last year because of accusations of corruption.  The DeKalb County School System will host a public forum with all three candidates on Thursday, March 31, at 6 p.m. at the Administration and Instructional Complex Auditorium in Stone Mountain.  Parents and members of the community are invited to submit written questions for the candidates. Questions from the public must be submitted at the forum prior to 5:30 p.m.


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