Newly appointed acting Superintendent Bob Nelson speaks with the media in January 2017 after it was announced that Fresno Unified had voted to terminate Michael Hanson. Now, the district is poised to name Nelson as the permanent replacement.
Newly appointed acting Superintendent Bob Nelson speaks with the media in January 2017 after it was announced that Fresno Unified had voted to terminate Michael Hanson. Now, the district is poised to name Nelson as the permanent replacement. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Newly appointed acting Superintendent Bob Nelson speaks with the media in January 2017 after it was announced that Fresno Unified had voted to terminate Michael Hanson. Now, the district is poised to name Nelson as the permanent replacement. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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