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Colorado: Douglas County superintendent, Thomas Tucker announced his resignation on Sept. 8, citing personal reasons

Thomas Tucker was previously superintendent of Princeton City Schools.

Thomas Tucker, the outgoing superintendent of Douglas County School District, was placed on paid administrative leave in early September following an allegation of workplace discrimination and subsequent investigation.

Tucker joined Douglas County School District in 2018 after serving as superintendent of Princeton City Schools. He was the first Black upper-level administrator in a major central Ohio district and was the first to hold the superintendent’s chair in two Ohio districts, The Denver Post reported at the time.