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With five vacant principal positions to fill — including at least one at each of the elementary, middle and high school levels — Shelby County Public Schools officials say they hope to add some diversity to those ranks.
And although Shelby County is at or better than the state averages for minority personnel in positions that work with students, it still lags the diversity of its student population.
However, finding and hiring minority candidates is much easier said than done for school districts in Shelby County, Kentucky and the nation.
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