Deputy Superintendent Geno Flores is leaving San Diego Unified, according to a high-ranking source within the school district who spoke on condition of not being identified. According to the same source, Flores is being replaced by Charles Morris, president of Edpro Consultants, Inc., a Greensboro-based group. Morris was hired in June, but his position was left to-be-determined.

Flores’ departure is yet another in a growing list of school administrators picked by former superintendent Carl Cohn, now departing under the leadership of Superintendent Terry Grier.


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