A tiny school district in Washington state is making use of its students' ingenuity and technological know-how to help find a replacement for its current superintendent, who is scheduled to retire June 30.

In an attempt to broaden its search and attract a variety of qualified candidates for the superintendency, the Nine Mile Falls School District (K-12, enrollment 1,550) near Spokane has empowered a group of tech-savvy teens from local Lakeside High School to begin the development of a web page that district officials hope will draw applications from candidates across the country. ...

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