Albemarle County assistant superintendent Jean Murray is leaving her job, having been accepted as the superintendent of the Stafford County public schools. Murray was the last of the three Charlottesville superintendent candidates after the previous two bowed out, though she, too, declined the position. (Presumably knowing that she would get this job.) This leaves Albemarle in need of two assistant superintendents for the fall, and Charlottesville remains in need of a superintendent. Kate Andrews has the story in today’s Progress.