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New superintendents face unprecedented changes

Leaders of Edgar, Merrill, Mosinee schools take positions during period of reform

7:17 PM, Jul. 28, 2013
Walter Leipart
Walter Leipart
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Three new superintendents of north central Wisconsin school districts are settling into their new jobs just at a time when public education is historically unsettled.

While Wally Leipart of Merrill Area Public Schools, Cari Guden of the Edgar School District and Ann Schultz of the Mosinee School District get to know the individual schools, staffs and communities, they are looking ahead at some sweeping reforms facing all Wisconsin schools. All three started July 1.

During the course of the next two school years, Wisconsin school districts will incorporate new, tougher educational ...

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