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NORFOLK — The fate of a new statewide entity with the task of fixing underperforming schools is up in the air thanks to a slate of new elected state officials and a lawsuit working its way through the courts.
A nine-member board has been appointed. An executive director earning $125,000 a year is in place. Still, few people — including those appointed to guide the system — seem to know much about its next steps.
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