Matt Woolbright
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March 30, 2013
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Without reason, state superintendent resigns abruptly, without reason

Nevada’s superintendent of public instruction abruptly resigned Friday after one year on the job. Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval announced Dr. James Guthrie’s resignation as most lawmakers headed home for the Easter weekend. “Dr. Guthrie moved to Nevada and helped the state reform how we approach education,” Sandoval said in a statement. “While we continue this work, I thank him for his service to our great state and I wish him the best.” Guthrie, 76, told The Associated Press he told the governor he was “honored to have had a chance to hold this position, and I regret that I must …

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