Buffalo, NY (WKBW) - By the end of the day on Wednesday, we could have a clearer picture as to where things stand with Buffalo Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Pamela Brown.
A special meeting with school board members and attorneys is expected to focus on a separation package for Brown. Sources tell Eyewitness News that this will be the first time school board members look at the negotiated separation deal.
Sources add that Brown wants to leave before the new board takes over in about a month.
The superintendent announced plans to leave her position on May 16th, after voters elected a new school board majority. The incoming majority was expected to vote to fire Brown.
Board members say they could start looking at Brown's replacement this evening.