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Remaining two finalists withdraw from PG County superintendent race

PGCPS LOGOThe remaining two finalists applying for superintendent of Prince George’s County Public Schools have withdrawn from the search process. Dr. Alvin L. Crawley and Mr. Harrison Peters notified the Prince George’s County Board of Education of their decision to withdraw their candidacy on Friday. Dr. Eric Becoats, the other finalist, withdrew on Tuesday, April 2.

In light of this recent news, the Board of Education issued the following statement:

“All three candidates were considered for the position under the current PGCPS governance structure. However, due to the disruption that occurred with this process and the uncertainty of the leadership of the school system in the coming months, we accept and understand why these highly qualified candidates have withdrawn. We sincerely appreciate the participation of the Prince George’s County community throughout our search for a new superintendent and the constructive feedback we received. We regret that your voice was not heard.”

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