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School board president on why Michelle King was picked to head LAUSD




LAUSD's Michelle King
LAUSD's Michelle King

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After a months long, nation-wide search, the Los Angeles Unified School Board has selected a new superintendent to run the country's second largest school district.

Michelle King has been with the district since 1978, most recently as the current Chief Deputy Superintendent.

School board president Steve Zimmer joined Take Two to explain how the board decided that King was the right person for the job.

To hear the full interview with Steve Zimmer, click the link above.