Asheville Names New School Superintendent
For the first time Asheville City Schools will be led by an African American woman. Dr. Pamela Baldwin has been named system Superintendent. Dr. Baldwin was chosen from a field of more than one hundred candidates. She is currently the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction with Scotland County Schools. Dr. Baldwin earned her Doctorate degree in Education from UNC-Wilmington, her Master's Degree from East Carolina University, and her undergraduate degree in biology from George Mason University. She will assume her new duties in Asheville July 1st. David Hurand spoke with Asheville City School Board Vice Chair Peggy Dalman.