Baton Rouge school board, superintendent work out contract
BATON ROUGE- Warren Drake and East Baton Rouge Parish School Board leaders say they have worked out a deal to allow the former Zachary superintendent to take the helm of the second-largest public school system in Louisiana.
Drake's proposed employment contract is on Thursday's agenda for a School Board meeting.
Drake's contract would start July 1, the day after Superintendent Bernard Taylor's contract expires. Drake would remain superintendent through June 30, 2018.
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