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– Three educators from north Alabama are among the finalists interviewing for the position of State Superintendent of Education. The interviews began at 9 a.m. Thursday with Dr. Dee Fowler, superintendent of Madison City Schools. Dr. Craig Pouncey, Jefferson County Superintendent, was the next candidate to interview. He was followed by Ms. Jeana Ross. Ross is currentlysecretary of the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education.
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