A vote could come as early as tonight in Little Rock, Arkansas, on whether Springfield school superintendent Walter Milton will get the top schools job there.
Milton met with members of the public in Little Rock on Monday, and defended himself against criticism based on controversies in Springfield and in past jobs.
Milton blamed many of his troubles on the media, which he said does not provide the “whole story.”
But Milton also dodged some questions, claiming not to know anything about a letter placed in his personnel file by Springfield school board president Susan White.
That letter was specifically referenced in the deal between Milton and the board that will lead to his departure at the end of this month.