Minneapolis Public Schools renews contract with Superintendent Graff

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March 12, 2019 07:49 PM

The Minneapolis Board of education voted Tuesday night to extend Superintendent Ed Graff's contract with the district. 

According to a press release from Minneapolis Public Schools, Graff's contract will be extended for another three years. 


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"I am happy to continue the great work we've started in Minneapolis Public Schools to better serve our students, families and staff," Graff said in a statement. "We have seen success over the last three years, and with a strong team in place, better systems of accountability, and more stable finances we can focus even more intently on accelerating academic gains for all of our students."

Graff was hired as superintendent in 2016. 

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