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Ex-Navy officer to lead school district

December 20, 2007|Tony Perry

A retired Navy rear admiral has been named interim superintendent of the San Diego school system as the board of trustees seeks a permanent replacement for Carl Cohn, who is set to retire next week.

The board announced Wednesday that William Kowba, now the district's chief administrative officer and chief financial officer, will take the interim post. The district, the second largest in the state, has 135,000 students; Cohn is leaving to resume his consulting business and take a lectureship at San Diego State University.

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-- Tony Perry

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