(Falls Church, VA) — Fairfax County Public Schools has announced that Assistant Superintendent, Department of Information Technology Maribeth Luftglass has resigned her position after more than two decades with the district. The move comes after several technological issues surfaced with distance learning due to the COVID-19 crisis. The School District says it cannot comment on the Assistant Superintendent’s actions because it was a personal matter. The district will only say that Luftglass sent a letter to her staff to make them aware of her decision. The county had to cancel the second day of virtual learning last week as technical and security concerns forced the temporary shutdown of remote learning. Then on Tuesday of this week technical and security problems pulled the plug on face-to-face virtual instruction.
Fairfax County Assistant Superintendent Steps Down
The move comes after several technological issues surfaced with distance learning due to the COVID-19 crisis.