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Larry Powell is Superintendent of Fresno County Schools, running 325 campuses with 195,000 students in 35 separate school districts.

Fresno Schools Superintendent Gives Up Salary to Benefit Schools

Larry Powell is Superintendent of Fresno County Schools, running 325 campuses with 195,000 students in 35 separate school districts.

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