Here's the news story link.
It says in part that:
The Baldwin County Board of Education this morning named Donald Stinson as its choice for superintendent of the county's 27,000 school system. The panel voted unanimously to offer the job to Stinson, of Metropolitan School District of Decatur Township in Indianapolis, Ind.and:
"I advocate the small learning communities concept," Stinson told the board during interviews.
"We are reinventing education, making it customized for learners. We need to get in touch with our students. For so long we expected one size to fit all, and it simply does not work for 21st century students."
Comments tagged onto the news story mention a $200,000 per year salary and should that just be base salary, Stinson may have scored himself a nice raise. That will be in addition to the handsome pension that Decatur taxpayers have secured for him over the last dozen years.
Good luck Baldwin County School District ! May everything work out to your liking.