Former Springfield school superintendent Walter Milton says he is not “damaged goods,” despite his unusual mid-year departure from the job.
Milton ended his six-year tenure in Springfield over the weekend, after being forced out by a majority of the school board.
He has struck out in at least two recent attempts to find another job, amid controversy over scandals here and in past jobs.
But Milton says he believes there is a school district out there that is the right fit for him.
In the meantime, he says he may try to expand his private school consultancy business.