Achievement School District leader to step down

Achievement School District leader to step down

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - The head of Achievement School District announced she will step down.

ASD is the state-run school system in Tennessee that provides academic intervention for the lowest-performing schools across the state.

Malika Anderson was named ASD superintendent in January 2016. Her last day on the job will be September 30.

The state's announcement did not give a reason for Anderson's resignation.

An interim superintendent will step up until a new superintendent is found.

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