Kettering superintendent finalist for Columbus job

Kettering Superintendent Scott Inskeep has been named one of six finalists by the Columbus Board of Education for the open superintendent’s position of the Columbus city schools.

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Kettering Superintendent Scott Inskeep has been named one of six finalists by the Columbus Board of Education for the open superintendent’s position of the Columbus city schools.

Kettering Superintendent Scott Inskeep has been named one of six finalists by the Columbus Board of Education for the open Columbus schools superintendent’s position.

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Inskeep was hired to lead the Kettering school district in 2014, after leading the Reading district for 12 years. He also served for two years as high school principal there. He spent most of the 17 years before that in the Mason City Schools system as a middle-school teacher, then as principal of elementary and middle schools.

According to the Columbus Dispatch, officials with the Columbus Board of Education hired a private Chicago-based search firm to compile a list of candidates for the position.

Board officials say they will consider the candidacy of all six finalists provided by the search firm.

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