A woman who was once a assistant superintendent may be fired from her job as the head of the Dubuque, Iowa, school system.
The Dubuque Community School Board voted this week to consider terminating the contract of Supt. Larie Godinez, citing loss of confidence by staff and failure to lead effectively, according to a story in the Sioux City (Iowa) Journal.
Godinez left her Plainfield job in 2009 to assume the Dubuque position. Her contract, under which she's paid $180,000 annually, is set to expire in 2014, the story said.
Among the criticism being cited is Godinez's recent decision to outsource the district's information technology work, the story said.
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