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Columbus Superintendent Dan Good Retires

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Superintendent Dan Good is set to retire from Columbus City Schools at the end of the 2017 calendar year. He joins us in studio to discuss his tenure with the district, the successes and obstacles Columbus schools faced under his leadership, and the future of public education in Central Ohio.

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