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    Days after student reporters at Pittsburg, Kan., High School in Kansas dug into the background of their newly hired principal and found questionable credentials, she resigned from the $93,000-a-year job. (Photo by Emily Smith, Pittsburg High School)

Days after student reporters at Pittsburg, Kan., High School in Kansas dug into the background of their newly hired principal and found questionable credentials, she resigned from the $93,000-a-year job. (Photo by Emily Smith, Pittsburg High School) Neil Nakahado The Kansas City Star
Days after student reporters at Pittsburg, Kan., High School in Kansas dug into the background of their newly hired principal and found questionable credentials, she resigned from the $93,000-a-year job. (Photo by Emily Smith, Pittsburg High School) Neil Nakahado The Kansas City Star

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